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Tasty Bites 2.15.05
Event updates every week; more extensive edibles every so often


Event Volunteers?

We've got another fun social event coming up in the beginning of March... This time it's connecting local, organic farmers with our San Francisco chefs.

Unfortunately, only farmers and chefs may attend.....unless you're a volunteer! We need a little help in the next few weeks with easy tasks you can do from home/work, and then a few folks to help on the actual day - Monday, March 7th.

It's going to be a fun eve at Oola Restaurant, and we'd love to have you be a part of it!

If you're into sustainability and interested in helping out, please email us.



Events This Week

San Francisco Food Alliance Meeting
Tue, 2/15/05, 6:00pm-8:30pm
Fort Mason, Officers' Club in SF; Free
The meeting will include: a presentation on the nutritional wisdom of traditional peoples; a discussion of the San Francisco Food and Agriculture Report Card; and updates from active Food Alliance working groups and projects, including District 10 and Eastern Neighborhoods Community Health Impact Assessment. Info: leah.rimkus@sfdph.org.

19th Annual Masters of Food & Wine
Thu-Sun, 2/17/05-2/20/05
Highlands Inn, Park Hyatt Carmel in Carmel
Internationally recognized as one of the most spectacular gatherings of celebrated chefs and winemakers, the Masters features rare vertical wine tastings, unique culinary demonstrations by acclaimed chefs (including local, organically-minded Alice Waters and Bradley Ogden), and extravagant gala luncheons and dinners paired with distinguished wines from Europe, US and Australia. Cooking demonstrations by Michelin-rated chefs from around the world, "Rarities Dinners" paired with vintage wines in private homes on the oceanfront, and more.

Eatwell Farm Slide Show
Thu, 2/17/05, 7:00pm
Modern Times Bookstore, 888 Valencia St., at 20th St. in SF; Free
Join us for a slide presentation with Nigel and Tom, the friendly farmers who deliver weekly organic produce boxes to Modern Times and other drop off sites in the SF area. The presentation will go through all the seasons and show how crops go from seed to harvest. They will bring some treats to taste. Info: 415-282-9246.

Terra Madre Melting Pot Dinner, I
Sun, 2/20/05
3236 de Forest Rd. in Marina (Carmel area);
$35/csa & slow food members, $40/general public
This is a Slow Food Carmel dinner that's a benefit for a tiny local farm called Everett Family Farm. "This will be a dinner with the presence of several farmer friends who just got back from the Terra Madre conference in Italy. In honor of Terra Madre, we will do a "melting pot" dinner, with the three main courses representing the countries that brought the three biggest delegations to the conference: Italy, USA and Brazil. Appetizers will feature a bit of Africa and Asia."



Feed the Fire!

Even a little snack. If you use these newsletters, use our website, or simply enjoy having delicious, organic food in the Bay Area, please support our programs that serve local, organic farms and the community. Om Organics is a project of the San Francisco Foundation - Community Initiative Funds, and can only continue with the help of contributions from conscientious people like you!

Any amount is appreciated!
You can make a donation:

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  • by credit card: via the SFF CIF donation page
  • by check: "Om Organics: Project of SFF CIF", 225 Bush St. #500, SF, CA 94104

THANK YOU!



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