Slow Food in San Francisco

Slow Food Nation '08 | Aug 29 - Sept 1

This Labor Day Weekend, the Slow Food movement is coming to San Francisco, which means taking the traditional holiday eating to new heights of celebration and examination.

There will be many events that address a variety of Everyday Sustainable aspects of food around the Bay Area, including:

I think one of the most exciting parts of the event is the Victory Garden, because it embodies the spirit of the movement actively; the produce that was planted at the beginning of July will be harvested and donated to local food banks and meals programs over the weekend.

And an essential question–from the Everyday Sustainable perspective–is, what is it that we’ll be able to learn and experience over this weekend that we can integrate into our everyday lives?

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