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January 13, 2013: Terra Madre in Kansas City at Casa Somerset

Bringing Terra Madre to Kansas City
Sunday, January 13th, 2013
2:00 pm
Casa Somerset

16315 West 287th Street
Paola, KS 66071
(West of U.S. 69 hwy, South of KS 68 hwy)

Please bring a bottle of local wine or beer to share
RSVP to Jamie at [email protected] by January 11th
Light dinner provided by Casa Somerset and Slow Food Kansas City

The afternoon will be largely informal and will include a presentation on Terra Madre 2012 by Jamie Milks and Mike Hursey , Slow Food Kansas City’s delegate to Terra Madre in Turin, Italy. You’ll learn about what Terra Madre is, what they accomplished in Turin this year as an international movement and how Slow Food Kansas City envisions the international direction set forth by the Slow Food International Congress to be executed here in Kansas City. The presentation and discussion will be at 2pm and dinner will begin around 4pm.

A light dinner will be provided. and guests are welcome to bring a bottle of wine or beer to enjoy during the event. We are encouraging guests to explore some of the local wines and beers around Kansas City, and it would be fun (not required) to have many different local products represented (in the spirit of Terra Madre).
Check out these websites for local wineries and breweries:  http://www.travelks.com/dining/wineries-breweries/ and http://www.visitmo.com/things-to-do/food-and-drink.aspx

We’re inviting and encouraging leaders from like minded organizations to attend, so our members and friends have the opportunity to network and learn more about what’s happening in Kansas City’s active food movement. There will be plenty of time for mingling and discussion

Questions?  Contact Jamie at [email protected]

Did you know Slow Food KC Blend coffee from the Roasterie is available for purchase? Developed by The Roasterie, Slow Food Kansas City Blend is a robust coffee with fruit notes and a smooth finish. This blend, featuring the distinctive red snail Slow Food logo on the label, will be offered for sale in grocery stores and at all Slow Food events.  A percentage of sales comes to Slow Food Kansas City and the group’s philanthropies.

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