Slow Money: Align Your Investments with Your Values!

Global finance is an opaque landscape for individual investors. All too often, our investments can end up tied to socially and environmentally harmful industries without our knowledge. How can we empower ourselves to act in this sphere, and direct our money toward...

Charcuterie and Cider Tasting

America’s food scene allows makers a wide field to experiment with new combinations, but sometimes trying something new involves reviving something old. Eden Specialty Ciders (Vermont) and La Quercia Cured Meats (Iowa) have done just that, focusing their crafts...

Tortilla Making & Traditional Michoácan Cuisine

Benedicta Alejo Vargas invented a three corn tortilla with red, blue and yellow native corn varieties from Michoácan. At this tortilla-making workshop, she will explain the ancient technique of nixtamal and the mysticism that is related to these corn varieties in...

Race to the Perfect Cheese Board

A perfect cheese board is a rare yet beautiful sight to behold (and eat). Join cheese pro John Greeley as he talks about the five elements of an exceptional cheese board: accompaniments, condiments, floral or natural fauna, nuts and olives, and, of course, cheese....

Traditions and Flavors of Navajo-Churro Sheep

Join Slow Food Turtle Island members Roy Kady, Chef Franco Lee and Aretta Begay for a harvest demonstration of the blessing of Navajo-Churro sheep in Diné/Navajo traditions, and learn about how they butcher the sheep. After the demonstration, enjoy a traditional...