Bulk Food Storage — The Basics

Okay, so you’ve started a garden, joined a CSA, or committed to a bulk order of meat from a local producer. Now what? Buying or growing food in bulk is a proven way to stretch your food dollars. But there…

What Is a CSA?

The short answer is that CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. In essence, a customer pays a local farmer a set amount of money at the beginning of the growing season.  In return, throughout the season, the farmer provides the…

From Tax to Table this February

Transform Your Tax Refund into Healthy, Whole Food Slow Food Indy works to promote eating locally produced, clean, whole food. This means seasonal fruits and veggies grown with little to no chemicals and meat from animals that are raised humanely…

2015 Board Candidates

The Slow Food Indy board consists of 9 volunteers. This group manages all of the chapter’s activities from programs and events to membership and the Snail of Approval program. The candidates listed below have been selected by the Nominating Committee…

Eat Local for Go Slow Week

Join Slow Food Indy in celebrating the best of farm-to-table dining during Go Slow Week – October 6-12, 2014. To participate, simply dine at any of our 18 Snail of Approval restaurants and share pics of your meal with the…

In 2007, Slow Food NYC identified a need to recognize producers, purveyors, and artisans who contributed to the quality and sustainability of food consumed in New York City. Since then many Slow Food chapters across the country have adopted similar…

We are working hard to raise $2500 by September 1st so we can realize a match by Jack Johnson’s foundation. This money will be used to help fund the many programs and events we will offer in 2015. We know…

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….

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…

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…