Tag Archive | slow food chattanooga

We’re Fermenting Again!

Once again, this class is full!  If you’re interested in fermenting and didn’t get into this workshop, we hope to hold another one.  Stay tuned… Due to the success of our last fermentation workshop, we’ve decided to host another.  Sign up now!  Our class will be held Saturday, June 8th 3:30-5 PM at Dish T’ Pass and will be taught by Jacki […]

March Against Monsanto, May 25th

  Join us, other Chattanoogans, and the rest of the world, in a March Against Monsanto, Saturday May 25th.   Not quite sure what the GMO/Monsanto fuss is all about?  Come and find out!  We’ll have a booth in the open Pavilion at Renaissance  Park at 3 PM.  Meet at Miller Plaza at 2 PM and march down […]

Fermentation Workshop!

**This workshop is full!  If you are interested in more classes, and not already on the Slow Food Chatt mailing list,  email anntindellkeener@gmail.com to be informed of future classes!*** Spring is coming, and with it will come roots and cabbages.  Get ready, it’s time to ferment! Saturday, March 30th, from 3:30-5:00 PM we’ll be holding a Fermentation Workshop […]

Seed Share and Slow Food Potluck

Sequatchie Valley Institute is hosting their 7th annual Seed Share, and you’re invited! When: Saturday, February 2nd, from 5:30-8:30 PM Where: Gaining Ground, 55 East Main St, #102, Chattanooga Bring: seeds and cuttings, slow food dish,  beverages and ferments,       bring your own cup and plate,              friends from our food shed,       […]

“Eating Alabama” Film Screening, January 8th at GPS

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 […]

Mark Your Calenders!

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 […]