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Pecha Kucha Columbus

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Columbus’ Pecha Kucha Nights are interesting and informative, and they convey the energy and passion of a vibrant city. The next Pecha Kucha Night will feature our own Board Chair, Bear Braumoeller, who will discuss his reflections on repairing our broken food system.


Slow Down Wednesdays at Clintonville Farmers’ Market

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Join us Wednesday evenings at the Clintonville Farmers’ Market for a new, midweek farmers’ market. The focus will be on meal preparation and market staples, and Chapter Leader Colleen Yuhn will be on hand doing cooking demos and answering questions.


Chapter Bylaws

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At the last meeting of the Board, on June 13, a new set of Bylaws were discussed, modified, and approved as a replacement for the minimal set of Bylaws under which the Chapter had operated since its inception.


Slow Down Wednesdays at the Clintonville Farmers’ Market

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“Slow Down Wednesdays,” a partnership of Clintonville Farmers’ Market, Global Gallery, and Slow Food Columbus, runs eight consecutive Wednesdays, July 11 through August 29, 4:30-7:30 p.m.


Become a member of Slow Food

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We know that’s a predictable suggestion, coming from us. But membership in Slow Food has changed a lot recently, and the changes are for the better.


Cin-Cin! Pizza at Harvest, Cocktails at Curio

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Every other month we will be hosting Convitality Cin Cins (Italian for “cheers!”). Our July event will take place on the 11th, at 6:00 p.m., on the rooftop at Harvest Pizzeria in German Village.


T.E.A. and Honey at Till

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Till Dynamic Fare 247 King Avenue, Columbus Saturday, June 30, 5–11 p.m. $5 per dish / $2 movie   The fine folks at Till Dynamic Fare are pairing up with our friend (and Slow Food Nation delegate) Dawn Combs of Mockingbird Meadows Honey and Herb Farm to create a flavorful and educational event about biodynamics. […]


Beard Award Potluck/Celebration for Jeni Britton-Bauer

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We are thrilled to announce a potluck dinner at Alana’s Food and Wine to honor and congratulate 2010 Terra Madre delegate Jeni Britton-Bauer on the occasion of her receipt of a James Beard Award for her book, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at Home!


Editorial: Prison Meat?

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Prison-produced meat that undercuts private producers in an open market is truly problematic. It is not fair to taxpayers, who could have more of their prison costs offset. Most of all, though, it is not fair to the farmers whose livelihood is threatened.


Awesome People in Our Community

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I wanted to take a moment to tell you about some awesome people that we’ll be seeing tomorrow. I hope you can come and see them too. The first group is Patrick Testa and the folks at WOSU. They have an annual fundraiser, Chefs in the City, that brings some of the top chefs in […]