Slow Suppers at Home — Ancestry Potluck – August 1
Private home in Kaimuki, 6:30 p.m.
Please bring a dish which defines your roots. The more personal the dish the better. Think grandma’s spanakopita, borsht or maybe Taiwanese dumplings. Come with a story to share!
We are Slow Food O’ahu so please envision food that is good for you, good for the people who grow it and good for planet. Let’s get as close to LOCAL as possible! (You may have to make a few changes from mom’s original frozen vegetable recipe.)
Our host in Kaimuki (with an ocean view) can accommodate 7 guests for this Slow Supper. Note: There is a cat on the premises, so if you are allergic, take some medications !!!
There is no fee for this event. It is limited to members of Slow Food. The membership may be international or USA. To join, go to www.slowfoodusa.org. If you’re joining our chapter, be sure to choose the O’ahu chapter.
Guests will be asked to bring a dish and beverage to share to the supper. If you would like to participate, tickets available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/
The suppers encourage local members in different parts of the island to get to know their fellow members, and welcoming Slow Food members from other parts of the world who might happen visiting the islands. And of course, to celebrate our local farmers, producers, and their bounty.