DIY Food Swap
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for Slow Food Sacramento's second Do It Yourself Food Swap at the home of Carol Duke in Campus Commons. Come share your edible creations and enjoy the late summer evening on Carol's patio.
Bring 6-8 items to swap and you'll go home with 6-8 new treats. All swap items must be homemade, foraged or homegrown. Last year's swap included eggs; heirloom tomatoes; homebrewed beer made with homegrown hops; blueberry sauce; gluten free brownies; homemade bread; nectarines; apples; elderberry jelly; loquat chutney; handmade muslin produce bags, and much more.
Bring an appetizer (finger foods) to share, and we will supply the wine.
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Slow Food Sacramento
Slow Food Sacramento is the Sacramento region's convivium, or chapter, of Slow Food USA. We are an active, all-volunteer chapter that hosts a wide range of educational and convivial events throughout the year to introduce you to the producers and creators of some of the region's outstanding foods, farms, and restaurants. You'll meet the leaders who champion locally and sustainably produced vegetables, fruits, wines, meats, and cheeses. You'll become part of a network to improve access to good, clean, and fair food for all in the Sacramento region.