Keep track of all the delicious Slow Food URBAN San Diego events here!
−Kids in the Kitchen at Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center10:00 am – 1:00 pm+10:00 amKids in the Kitchen at Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center
−I Love Poke Festival6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
(EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: TICKETS ARE $55 FROM 2/10-3/1. TICKET PRICE WILL BE $65 AFTER 3/1)
(EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: TICKETS ARE $55 FROM 2/10-4/1. TICKET PRICE WILL BE $65 AFTER 4/1)
The I Love Poke Festivals have become an annual tradition amongst fish eating – Hawaii loving enthusiasts in Southern California. Not only do we have some of the most notable chefs in town making poke, but we also have a wide variety of Island styled fare to ensure that you get a good dose of all the plate lunch, musubi, shave ice, Island & Asian inspired food that we love in Hawaii. If you have already been to the I Love Poke Festival, then we know you are just ready to buy your tickets before it sells out.+6:00 pmI Love Poke Festival
−Slow Sips at The Lodge at Torrey Pines6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Join us for Slow Sips on May 21, 6-8:30pm, at The Lodge at Torrey Pines, one of our membership benefits partners!
As always, you’ll be able to learn more about getting involved in our grass-roots organization, sign up to be a volunteer, and meet and mingle with like-minded friends. There will be a cash bar and full menu available for ordering, and Slow Food Urban San Diego members will receive a 10% discount off food!
Please let us know that you’re coming: RSVP here!
+6:00 pmSlow Sips at The Lodge at Torrey Pines
−SFUSD Education Committee Meeting5:30 pm – 7:00 pm+5:30 pmSFUSD Education Committee Meeting
−Seedling Soirée at Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
From event website:
Seedling Soirée “A Celebration of Family”
Saturday, June 7, 2014
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Twilight Cocktails and Appetizers
7:00pm – 9:00pm
The 2014 Seedling Soirée will feature some of San Diego’s hottest caterers and restaurants collaborating to create unique dishes that showcase San Diego County’s organic and sustainably produced meats, seafood, produce, and confections.
This year’s featured culinary crafters are:
- Carlos Anthony — Salt & Cleaver
- Hanis Cavin – Carnitas Snack Shack
- Andrea Davis – Andrea’s Truffles
- Amy DiBiase –Tidal
- Marguerite Grifka – California’s Table
- Karrie Hills – The Red Door and The Wellington Steak and Martini Lounge
- Maylin Navarro and Melissa Mayer – Olympia Oyster Bar
- Joe Pastry – Waters Fine Food and Catering
Twilight Cocktails and Appetizers: $50
Culinary Feast: $200
Culinary Feast ticket includes the Twilight Cocktails and Appetizers.
To purchase tickets, please click here
The proceeds of the event will benefit the kitchen, garden, and science programs offered by Olivewood Gardens to children and adults throughout San Diego County.
Sponsorships are available, please call 619-434-4260.+5:30 pmSeedling Soirée at Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center
−Cooking Seafood with Catalina Offshore Products at Great News!6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Cooking Seafood with Catalina Offshore Products
Instructor: GOMES & FELMLEY
Date: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Recipes: Scallop Cakes; “Best of Catalina Offshore Products” Cioppino; Grilled Yellowtail (or Seasonal Fish) with Avocado and Herb Salsa; Pan Seared Salmon with Green Curry Sauce.
*Tommy will be donating his teaching fee to Slow Food Urban San Diego. Recipes subject to change due to availability.+6:00 pmCooking Seafood with Catalina Offshore Products at Great News!
−12th Annual Beer & Sake Festival5:45 pm – 9:00 pm
The JSSDT’s Annual Beer & Sake Festival will be held on Friday, June 13 in the brand-new Events Center at Harrah’s Rincon San Diego North. The Beer & Sake Festival offers a wide variety of Japanese sakes & beers, local craft beers, appetizers from local restaurants, and great entertainment. This year’s featured entertainer is world-renowned ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro. Guests will also enjoy the dynamic sounds of San Diego Taiko. Proceeds from the Beer & Sake Festival support JSSDT educational and community outreach programs.
This event is for guests 21 and over.
$ 60 JSSDT / Harrah’s Member
$ 90 Non-Member
$180 VIP Ticket (*)
(*) VIP Ticket includes preferred seating for Jake Shimabukuro, festival T-shirt, special sake & appetizers, exclusive seating area
Bus Service from San Diego Information
Pick-up location : Governor Drive & I-805 Park & Ride
（5196 Governor Drive, San Diego, CA 92122）
Pick-up time: 5:45pm
Fee : $20
Harrah’s Rincon Resort Hotel Information
Discounted Room is available here.+5:45 pm12th Annual Beer & Sake Festival
−Craft Your Own Whole Wheat, Wood-Fired Pizza at Suzie’s Farm1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Craft whole wheat pizza dough using local beer, smother it in farm-fresh toppings, and cook it in a wood-fired oven
Take a tour of a bucolic farm, then use local beer and fresh ingredients to craft a whole wheat, wood-fired pizza with expert guidance
Pizza may be one of the world’s most ubiquitous foods, but that only makes it more fertile ground for invention and customization. In this class, you’ll craft your own whole wheat pizza dough using local beer, top it with fresh meat and produce from Suzie’s Farm, and cook it to perfection in a wood-fired oven. The workshop includes hands-on instruction from culinary expert Jenn Felmley, as well as a tour of the farm.
* Craft Your Own Whole Wheat Pizza
Use local beer, fresh meat, and fresh produce to craft your own whole wheat, wood-fired pizza
* Tour Suzie’s Farm
Admire the bucolic grounds, fresh seasonal produce, and free-range flocks of the 140-acre farm
* Bolster Your Recipe Book
Depart with new, creative ways to incorporate delicious ingredients into pizza recipes
Each event is capped at 20 participants; each event requires a minimum of 14 participants in order to take place.+1:30 pmCraft Your Own Whole Wheat, Wood-Fired Pizza at Suzie’s Farm
−Enviro Fair10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Join us for the 15th Annual Enviro Fair and Locally-Grown Fest on Saturday, June 21 from 10:00AM to 4:00PM in the San Diego County Fair’s Paddock Area.
Sponsored by Albertsons/Sav-on, the San Diego County Ford Dealers and Think Blue, Enviro Fair will stress the importance of recycling, sustainable living, pollution prevention, conservation, and environmentally-friendly products. Non-profit organizations will be on hand to illustrate ways Fairgoers can take better care of our world.
Fairgoers can learn firsthand about organic and sustainable farming. Buying locally grown produce picked at its peak is the healthiest way to eat fruits and vegetables, plus you can support the local economy at the same time. Chefs and farmers will partner to show you how to prepare some of this produce with free (limited) samples.
Returning this year are local farmers and their Community Supported Agriculture Programs, or CSAs.+10:00 amEnviro Fair
−Cooking Mexican Street Food at Great News!11:00 am – 1:30 pm
Mexican Street Food
Instructor: JENNIFER FELMLEY
Date: Saturday, June 21, 2014
Time: 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Recipes: Ceviche; Chicken Tacos Al Pastor with Guajillo Salsa and Fresh Corn Tortillas; Mexican Fruit Cup with Pico De Gallo Seasoning; Tamales; Paletas De Coco Fresco (fresh coconut popsicles).+11:00 amCooking Mexican Street Food at Great News!