Sarah, our new media guru, tries to decide what to add to her plate next
55 people attended the potluck/planning meeting at Old Salem last night. The food was great, and several people commented on the energy and conviviality of our group. There’s nothing like a Slow Food potluck, folks!
The Events page on our Web site has been updated. Please note that the events are only part of the exciting plans for our convivium this year – we also look forward to the Local Food Guide in May, information booths at the local farmers’ markets, and a community access TV show among other projects!
Lots of new information will be posted on our web site beginning in May, and beginning March 1, we will have an email newsletter. Mandie Rose will join the blog team as a contributor soon.
All in all, it’s looking to be a very productive year for Slow Food Piedmont Triad!
Tom holds a sweet potato biscuit with blueberry butter