A new movie is coming to town, and you’re invited to come see it. Plus, you will meet the filmmaker, producer, and director himself! GPS will be hosting the screening, Tuesday, January 8th, at 6 PM and it’s free of charge! It’s everything you’ve ever dreamed of in a film, and will motivate you to start the year out […]
What does Slow, locally, sustainably grown food have to do with music? Everything! If we learned anything at Dan Imhoff’s talk, that’s what it was. Ok, we learned a lot more than that- but Dan himself is a musician and he understands, as does Carlo Petrini, that music is just one of the fibers in the cloth of […]
Thanks to Slow Food volunteer Jamie Davis, we’ve got some photos to share. Also many thanks to our entertaining and talented teachers: Jon Geerlings, from Home Flavors, sent everyone home with a hand-rolled empty crust to fill later, plus an apple pie or two, and Beth Kirby, of localmilk, taught tiny spiced butternut pies. Plus, there was Ann […]
Still wondering what the expression “easy as pie” means? Come and learn! Saturday August 25th is Slow Food “Pie Day” at Crabtree Farms. Under the tutelage of Chattanooga Pie Masters, we will learn to make 3 types of pies: 1 traditional (and might I guess American and appley?), 1 hand-held pie, and 1 savory […]
Thanks to all who came out for the Sandor Katz book talk and fermentation sharing event- it was wonderful to see what everyone brought to the table! If you brought something you’d like to share- post it under “recipes” on our site, so we can continue to taste and grow!
And start fermenting! Sandor Katz, fermentation revivalist and author just finished a brand new book: The Art of Fermentation, and wants to share it with you! In return, he’d love you to share what you’ve been fermenting, so start now to get ready for: Book and Fermentation Talk with Sandor Katz, followed by tasty samples of fermentation, hosted […]