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Slow Food in Australia last week launched a project that will lead to the creation of a national food map to help small farmers and producers, The Hobart Mercury’s Roger Hanson reported.
Slow Food Australian international councillor Amorelle Dempster, in Hobart to participate in a national Slow Food conference 26-28 April, said people wanted to know [...]
Food, travel and cultural hot-spot Hobart has proved a strong draw card for Slow Food members across the country attending a national Slow Food in Australia meeting from April 26 to April 28.
The event, hosted by Slow Food Hobart, includes a programme of discussions and workshops to develop new national projects and celebrations of the [...]
Slow Food Hobart will celebrate Terra Madre Day 2010 with Moorilla chef Philippe LebanContinue Reading →
SLOW Food Hobart encourages grape picking for Meadowbank on Anzac Day, 25 April 2010, at Glenora. Meadowbank will provide a barbecue lunch in return for you labour.
Date: Sun 25 Apr 2010
Time: to be advised when booking
Location: Meadowbank Estate, Meadowbank Road, Glenora Tasmania 7140
Bring: sun hat, sunscreen and stamina
Bookings: essential if you would like to [...]
SLOW Food Hobart encourages you to attend a producer lunch at The Old Cable Station, Stanley, on Sat 10 Apr 2010. The hosts are members Charlotte Brown and Mike Whateley. Producers speak to their products featured on the menu. This lunch coincides with the Taste of the North West, a showcase of the region’s finest [...]Continue Reading →
SLOW Food Hobart convivium will host a real food lunch and its annual meeting at The Friends’ School, North Hobart. Details will be available and bookings will open soon, but lunch will comprise real food from producers we know and speakers we want to hear.
Date: Sun 18 Jul 2010
Time: to be advised
Location: Hodgkin Hall, [...]
SHARE a day harvesting olives and an olive oil tasting in the beautiful Derwent Valley at Robert and Anne Ashbolt’s farm. Also tastings of elderflower drinks – alcoholic and non-alcoholic and concentrate and elderberry gluwein. Bring sensible shoes, food for lunch to share, suitable to follow an olive-oil tasting. There will be the opportunity to [...]Continue Reading →
July 26, 2009 by jamie
Tasmania / Hobart / Sun 26 Jul 2009 / 4pm / Slow Food Hobart hosts Sustainable eating / Bruce French, who for 30 years has been documenting the world’s most edible plants, including 1400 from Tasmania, will speak at Slow Food Hobart’s annual general meeting before a meal prepared by Jo Cook. It will feature [...]Continue Reading →
February 21, 2009 by jamie
SLOW Food Australia convivia from Queensland to Western Australia have contributed to the relief effort – Slow Food Perth $500, Noosa $500, Brisbane $500, Gold Coast $750, Mornington Peninsula $500, Sydney $500, East Gippsland $200 and Shoalhaven $250. Slow Food Blue MountainsContinue Reading →
Tasmania / Hobart / Sun 06 Dec 2009 / Plum restaurant will provide a three-course brunch using food sourced locally from producers who practice sustainable farming. We will enjoy the first Kentish cherries of the season, local apple juice, rare breed bacon, free range eggs, pink eye potatoes, to mention just a few. A silent [...]Continue Reading →