Bad news first. One don’t have funding this semester.
Good news. We’re still going to do amazing things this semester. Think of this as an exercise in creative, recessionary problem solving.
In honor of the upcoming Mardi Gras celebrations, Hampshire Slow Food has decided to throw our own little bash. Come Tuesday, Feburary 24 , HSF will take over one of the house living room and serve traditional Mardi Gras cuisine.
This will be our big fund raising event for this semester. Hopefully there will be a great turn out and maybe a few new members. Each bowl of food will cost 3 dollars. Refills will be 1.50. People will be advised to bring their own plates as we will only have a limited number available. Our advertising blitz will begin next week. So, stay on the look out for annoucements on the web and posters on campus.
This will be a fun event with music, food and good friends. We hope to see you there.
Don’t know what’s in this season? Don’t know what to do with all that Kale? Slow Food is here to answer your questions. We wil explore together the multifaceted advantages of cooking seasonally with creative, relatively simple food that is warming for the soul, no matter the season.
We plan on executing at least two Food Demonstration showcasing the best the season has to offer. Recipes, tips and advice is always welcomed.
One of the two is Slow and the other is Fast. One is made with tender, loving care by a home cook. The other is made in a factory and defrosted and re-fried by a disgruntle teenager. With one you know all the ingredients that goes into it. The other is questionable. You guess. Which one would you rather have?
Hampshire Slow Food is asking that question and wants a response from you. We plan on doing a Slow and Fast Food cook off and seeing which one is preferred. Be let’s be honest. We’re a little bias here.
How about Dinner and a Movie?
Hampshire Slow Food plans on showcasing some of the best movies about food with some of the world’s greatest cuisine from the corresponding country.
These plans are tentative. We will add more. We will combine a few. Both hopefully, we’ll come up with equations for a wonderful semester.
As always, keep checking this blog for more detail about upcoming events.
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Alright, the semester is winding down. Please remember to feed your bodies the best you can by caring about what you eat and where it comes from. During finals, it can be hard to find time to prepare a meal and sit down and enjoy it. We understand this. Just plllllease find a way to care for yourself as much as you care about your work. It matters!
We’re going to have to cancel our Hampshire Halloween Potluck. We still plan on having a potluck this semester. So keep checking our blog and we’ll keep you posted on future events.
Hello, we have plenty of goods coming up for rest of the month of October.
We will be viewing The Future of Food on Wednesday, Oct. 29th at 6:30pm in FPH 104.
REVERSE TRICK O’ TREATING
On Thursday– at 7pm–we will be hitting the pavement to deliver chocolates to Hampshire College. We will have multiple groups going out and visiting Hampshirites to talk about fair trade chocolate. We are doing this the day before Halloween.
HAMPSHIRE HALLOWEEN EAT-IN (POTLUCK)
This Friday at 12pm, Hampshire Slow Food will be hosting an autumn potluck to celebrate the season and its food. Come by Mod 10 (in Greenwich) to indulge in seasonal eats and great company. Tell you friends and spread the word. Use the season’s harvest to prepare a fantastic meal. You can even bring ingredients with you and prepare something “live” at Mod 10!!! Have the best lunch you have had this semester by attending this awesome event complete with goodies from Get Baked.
Please take note of all of these events and spread the word. If you have any questions about anything mentioned here (or not mentioned) please comment or email us at email@example.com!!!
Hello, we have received our shipment of chocolates for Reverse Trick or Treating. We will be RTOTing on Thursday, October 30 (yes, one day before Halloween) at some unknown time. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or comment here to give suggestions about times to go out and give chocolate.
Hello, last night we viewed (and enjoyed) Chocolat. Some individuals brought chocolate dishes:
And this is just the beginning of the film fest. Next up is Future of Food but more about that later.
Thank you to everyone that showed up and contributed dishes.
We ask that you keep an eye on intranet announcements about awesome events happening in MA and on campus.
This friday we will be viewing and enjoying the film Chocolat (2000). This is also another opportunity to make-what-you-can…with CHOCOLATE!!! There are some people out there that love chocolate. Perhaps you are one of them. Take some chocolate (most is not slow, sadly) and transform it into something delicatable. We believe in you!
LOCATION AND TIME: FPH 104 AT 6:00PM
SEE YOU THERE!
Hello everyone. As we enter fall break I would just like to keep you updated in regards to our schedule.
Our order of chocolates for Reverse Trick-or-Treating will be shipped to us soon. We will be providing the address for shipment and paying the shipping fee. Then we wait. We have decided that we will be doing RTT on the day before Halloween since on the night of the 31st Hampshire will be unavailable (to say the least).
We will be having our first film of the Hampshire Slow Food Film Fest on Thursday, October 16th upon our return to campus. We will be publicizing these event as much as we can while we are away. Also, we will be asking people to prepare a dish that does CHOCOLATE justice for the sake of the film Chocolat. More about this later.
We have gained enough funds (from 10 people) to give to Slow Food on Campus and SFUSA. We will be sending in all of our information before the break begins. Thank you to everyone who paid the $10 US. We greatly appreciate your commitment.
Lastly, while you are away, please keep Hampshire Slow Food in mind. Think of how you would like to contribute to our Hampshire Halloween event and the Farm Festival happening on November 7th. Consider what we can do as a group for the holiday of Thanksgiving.
Eat slow and be merry. ENJOY YOM KIPPER AND COLUMBUS DAY!!!!