Food festival meets academic conference, exploring Cascadia's ecogastronomy, held in the original gateway to the PNW, Vancouver, WA, October 5th, 2019!
FREE ; Saturday October 5th 11:00 - 3:00 ; Old Apple Tree Park
Hard Cider Garden: 15 hard ciders and Slow Food Cider Competition
Community cider pressing station: Bring your apples and bring your jugs
Taste Marketplace: 20 producer vendors from across Cascadia
Craft booths and live music!
Saturday October 5th 6:00 - 10:00 ; TBA
Tiki Lounge 5:00-10:00
Luau and Hawaiian Pig Roast 5:00-Midnight
Keynote speaker: Polynesian and Native Food Culture of the Lower Columbia 7:00
Music and Dancing 8:00-10:00
Slow Fish, Regional Chapter tables, and educational booths
Noon - 6:00; TBA
Come shape the future of the food movement! The Slow Food Summit will offer panel discussions, breakout sessions, a reception and networking, followed by the open to the public, Hanger Hangout party.
This summit is designed for food movement leaders: farmers and producers, Slow Food community leaders and organizational partners, chefs and other food leaders. If you want to expand your network and be an active voice in the future of food, don’t miss this summit!
Thank you for a wonderful first year(2018)!
We came together for a weekend of celebration, exploration, and camaraderie. We explored Cascadia's ecogastronomy, and started to build a regional movement of farmers, chefs, and eaters for good, clean, fair food for all.
Slow Food Cascadia 2018 has come and gone, and we are already looking forward to 2019! We would love to hear your thoughts on the future of this annual Slow Food Cascadia gathering.
Help us build Slow Food Cascadia! Fill out this survey: https://goo.gl/forms/ex4UxL2obWIdDW912
Particular gratitude to the Clark College -- Vancouver, Washington Culinary Institute for putting together an epic 10 course dinner. There Culinary Institute has a great team of Chefs teaching the next generation of chefs in Cascadia!
View photo's from Slow Food Cascadia HERE.