Get Informed about the Indy Rezone Project

Get Informed about the Indy Rezone Project

If you haven’t heard, the city of Indianapolis is in the midst of revising its zoning ordinances. As described on the Indy Rezone website, a zoning ordinance has two parts – the text that outlines the ordinance and a map….

Bee Aware

The fearsome Winter of 2014 is just a memory now, and the warm, humid Indiana summer has finally begun in earnest. I’m still waiting to see my first firefly, but the bees have been out in force. The bumble bees…

Food + Family + Friends = Love, Happiness, & Memories

In the past couple of months I’ve celebrated Easter, Mother’s Day, and a birthday with some of my dearest friends — family, really — and I cooked for each occasion. Easter dinner was quite the affair, with a stunning pork…

Do You DIY?

The cover story of this month’s issue of Indianapolis Monthly is headlined as “Master the Homespun Life: The Ultimate Guide to the DIY Craze.” If you haven’t already read the article, it’s a fun rundown of local experts and resources…

The Great No-Space-No-Full-Sun Grow Your Own Salad Garden Challenge

If attendance at last weekend’s Grow Your Own Salad Garden class is any indicator, there’s no shortage of Slow Food fans with get-out-in-the-garden fever! Instructors Maggie Goeglein Hanna, Executive Director of Fall Creek Gardens, and Julie Iverson, Advanced Master Gardener,…

Colcannon: An Irish Classic, Lovely, Gold and Green

St. Patrick’s Day is upon us and I yearn for colcannon. For those who aren’t familiar with this traditional Irish dish, it combines creamy, rich mashed potatoes with cooked cabbage or kale, and is often served with ham or bacon,…

Slow Food in Late Winter: Keeping It Real

Slow Food in Late Winter: Keeping It Real

Last week I wrote about canning, and preserving summer’s bounty for the winter. Boy, I sure wish I had some of that bounty in my pantry now (next year, right?). But I don’t and I admit that I’m on an…

Canning in Winter

To me, canning has always seemed to be the stuff of summer, something you do on those hot days when tomatoes and cucumbers magically multiply on every horizontal surface in your kitchen whenever your back is turned. At least, that’s…

Proposed Changes to Slow Food Indy Bylaws

At the annual meeting on Sunday, January 26th, members will be asked to vote on proposed changes to the Slow Food Indy bylaws. The changes are outlined in this document. The excerpts with strike-through are proposed deletions while the excerpts…

Understanding GMOs: An Evening with Dr. Don Huber

Understanding GMOs: An Evening with Dr. Don Huber

Slow Food Indy is proud to offer this special event based on feedback we received from the e-mail survey we conducted back in January. You asked for a program on GMOs, and we have delivered! About the Event Dr. Don…