Keep track of all the delicious Slow Food URBAN San Diego events here!
And look at our blog for some past events!
−The Art and Science of Cuisine at the Salk Institute6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
From event website:
Salk is setting the table and you’re invited…
An inaugural culinary event at the Salk Institute certain to whet appetites. Fusing the most recent scientific discoveries with novel kitchen theory, this celebration of food and science will reinvigorate lifestyle choices and usher in a new year of wellness.
Meet San Diego’s freshest-thinking chefs and learn how to optimize the nutrition in your home meals
Mingle with Salk scientists who can explain the latest research into the links between nutrition and health—and learn how they’ve altered their own habits
Sample an extraordinary array of delicious foods
Above all, be inspired!
Please join us for this one-of-a-kind exchange of food and ideas.
For more information, please contact email@example.com or 858-453-4100 ext. 1846.
Deborah Szekely – Honorary Chair
Nathan Coulon – Featured food station
Isabel Cruz – Featured food station
Joy Houston – Featured chef
Michelle Lerach – Featured dessert station
Denise Roa – Featured food station
Su-Mei Yu – Featured food station+6:00 pmThe Art and Science of Cuisine at the Salk Institute
−Truffle Tuesday at Hess North Park5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Hess Brewing Company North Park will be offering an early Valentine’s Day beer & truffle paired flight. This special will include three beers paired with three of Andrea’s Truffles made specially for the event. Flights will be $14 and will be available in a limited quantity.
Get here early Tuesday Night and enjoy the excellent pairing. Andrea will be here if you have any questions, if you’re looking for a Valentine’s gift idea, or if you just want to meet the mind behind the desserts.
Click here for more details!+5:00 pmTruffle Tuesday at Hess North Park
−Cooking Seafood with Catalina Offshore at Great News!6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Cooking Seafood with Catalina Offshore
Instructor: GOMES & FELMLEY
Date: Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Recipes: Baja Stone Crab Cakes; New England Style Clam Bake; Pan Roasted Halibut with Citrus Herb Butter; Poached Salmon Salad with Green Goddess Dressing. *Tommy will be donating his teaching fee to Urban Slow- Foods San Diego. Recipes subject to change due to availability.
CALL FOR AVAILABILITY 858-270-1582+6:00 pmCooking Seafood with Catalina Offshore at Great News!
−Hands On: Wine Lovers at Great News!11:00 am – 1:30 pm
Hands On: Wine Lovers
Instructor: JENNIFER FELMLEY
Date: Saturday, February 15, 2014
Time: 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Recipes: Baby Spinach Salad with Shiraz Vinaigrette, Dried Cherries and Toasted Almonds; Crème Fraiche Mashed Potatoes; New York Strip Steak with Blue Cheese Butter and House Made Steak Sauce; Dark Chocolate Mousse with Raspberries.
This hands on class is limited to 32 people. Please bring an apron and wear closed toe shoes.
CALL FOR AVAILABILITY 858-270-1582. See website for more details.
+11:00 amHands On: Wine Lovers at Great News!
−February SlowSips at Alchemy Restaurant6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
This month’s Slow Sips gathering will be at Alchemy Restaurant! There will be a cash bar and of course, if you show your Slow Food Urban SD membership card, you receive 15% off any food and beverage purchases.+6:00 pmFebruary SlowSips at Alchemy Restaurant
−San Diego Chefs Salute Tommy Gomes2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
From event website:
Sometimes a purveyor is more than just somebody who sells you things. Sometimes a purveyor becomes something else. They become a trusted friend; a valued adviser; a fan; and a supporter of the community as a whole.
To the chefs in San Diego, Tommy Gomes is all of that and even more. Over the years he and his company, Catalina Offshore Products, have gone from being a fish monger to a true hub of the culinary community. While always offering a dazzling array of products, Tommy has also become the number one supporter of the culinary scene in San Diego and is an amazing supporter of the chefs and cooks who make it happen.
Please join us as we honor him in the best way possible with good people, good beverages and fantastic food.
Our chef line-up is truly an All Star team: Anthony Sinsay, Matthew Morrison, Matt Richman, Chad White, Tommy Fraioli, , Hanis Cavin, Matt Gordon, Alex Carballo, Jeff Bonilla, Rich Sweeney, Brandon Brooks, Steven Molina, Jenn Felmley, Daniel Barron, Karl Prohaska, Karen Blair, Trey, Amy DiBiase, Olivier Bioteau, Ryan Studebaker, Nate Soroko, Karrie Hills, and Tyson Blake.
Mike Hess Brewing and Societe Brewing will be on hand pouring their fantastic beers and Ian Ward, mixologist supreme, will be shaking up something special….
Hope to see you all there…+2:00 pmSan Diego Chefs Salute Tommy Gomes
−SFUSD Education Committee Meeting5:30 pm – 7:00 pm+5:30 pmSFUSD Education Committee Meeting
−Beekeeping workshop at Curds and Wine1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
From event website:
Want to learn more about bees and beekeeping? Join us for a Beekeeping Workshop Sunday March 9, 2014 at 1 pm. Don and Celeste Spangler of the San Diego Beekeeping Society will tell us about “A Year in the Life of Bees and Beekeepers,” with detailed information about the importance of honeybees, the problem of pesticides, equipment needed and honey production. All participants will receive a $25 gift certificate to use at Curds and Wine.
Limited to 18 participants. Purchase tickets at the shop or online here. Paid participants only admitted to workshop.+1:00 pmBeekeeping workshop at Curds and Wine
−How to Become a Farmers’ Market Vendor6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Start your business with low cost! Learn all the ins and outs of becoming a vendor at Farmers’ Markets in San Diego County. Learn what sells and what doesn’t, learn about food preparation legalities and what is required by the Department of Environment Health, and how to bring your locally grown produce to the market!+6:00 pmHow to Become a Farmers’ Market Vendor
−Educator workshop at Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Creating and Sustaining Your School Garden
This is a one-day workshop for teams working to create or enhance a School Garden Program. The workshop covers planning and designing a school garden, basic gardening skills, curricular connections, and outdoor classroom management.
See the training agenda and workshop materials here.
To sign-up for a class, please click here.+8:30 amEducator workshop at Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center