Saturday, September 22, 2012

end-of-september events: apple picking and potluck

Howdy devoted readers! September for Slow Food is shaping up to be a very busy month. We collected a huge amount of recipe contributions for the cookbook from UNH students last Wednesday tabling at the Local Harvest Feast(s?), so thanks to everyone and keep 'em coming

This weekend, many of our group members will be volunteering at Seacoast Eat Local's Heirloom Harvest Barn Dinner, an amazing fundraiser for the Heirloom Harvest Project put on by local chefs in the seacoast area. We're excited to be helping this great cause again (and hopefully sneaking a taste of what's cookin').

If you missed out on these opportunities, join us on Sunday, September 30th for our next two events: 

From 1PM-3PM, we will be biking to Demeritt Hill Farm (about two miles away from campus) for an apple picking adventure! Bring your bike, a bag, some bucks and your booty to the Wildcat Statue (outside of the Whit) at 1PM for a nice ride and a couple hours of eating/picking apples. 

Afterwards, head on over to Waysmeet for our late-September potluck! Theme is tentatively apples, so bring a dish or feel free to use the community kitchen for required slicing/dicing/peeling/mashing/saucing/pie-ing?/good times. We will be meeting and eating around 5PM. Join us for either or both events!

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