Food For All People is about green
tops, community gardening, watching crops grow, buying at outdoor markets, supporting local farmers, restaurants and stores that encourage healthy options, attending celebrations of master chefs where partial proceeds go to food kitchens. It's about the earth, protecting it, and taking personal responsibility for its resources, which are paramount to the production of food. It's about supporting those who support the hungry and changing the perception...more.
WHAT'S HAPPENING NOW?
Persian Hanukkah at Porsena December 5th at 21 E. 7th St., near. Third Ave. You probably wouldn’t think of observing Hanukkah at an Italian restaurant whose chef-owner is most famous for her porchetta sandwich. But Sara Jenkins is just as obsessed with olive oil, the key ingredient in a Persian-Jewish-inspired menu curated by guest chef and cookbook author Louisa Shafia. Reservations required: 212-228-4923, $55
The Third Annual Slow Food Show
will showcase local food entrepreneurs
who are committed to building our regional food
and farm economy.
Sunday, December 8, 2013
1:00pm to 5:00pm. The public is invited to come
products, chat with the producers, and purchase showcased products. Astor Center 399 Lafayette St & 4th St. Manhattan. Proceeds from this event support
the programs of Slow Food NYC, including Urban Harvest, an educational program in 16 NYC schools and a summer urban farm in Brooklyn. Buy Tickets Now...
Bronx Tree Planting Opportunity November 23rd, 2013 in Pelham Bay Park. NYC Parks and Recreation. To register for the Bronx tree planting event visit the NYC Parks official website...