a celebration of Ohio farmers and chefs
Our annual Shake The Hand That Feeds You Dinner has been one of the most highly anticipated events for food lovers around Ohio for more than a decade. This joyful evening of celebrating food traditions never fails to amaze as some of our city’s best chefs partner with talented Central Ohio farmers to create seasonal dishes that truly embrace what it means to be good, clean, and fair. Guaranteed to be one of the best dinners you'll enjoy this year—in more ways than one.
Our 12th Shake the Hand That Feeds You dinner took place on Thursday, October 3, 2019, at Anderson Farms in Granville.
Whether you attended the dinner or not, we invite you to take our survey, as we look to planning future dinners. The survey link will remain open until Monday, October 21st at 11:59pm: https://forms.gle/DZuZNwsax2zrh3Ki8
meet like-minded people
PAST MEET UPS
Can you BEE-lieve it? We've got another SFC + Bexley Natural Market co-sponsored event on the horizon... this time on bee pollination!! We hope you can join us, along with panelists from Honeyrun Farm, Seed Babies, Jorgensen Farms, and The Wellness Wildcrafter!
In Italian, the toast between glasses isn't "Cheers!" but rather "Cin Cin!" We raise a glass as we welcome Olivia Reviglio of Slow Wine (based in Italy) to central Ohio. We hope you can join us to welcome Olivia and learn more about Slow Wine, as well as connect with other members of the Slow Food Columbus community. For more information about Slow Wine, please visit: https://www.slowfood.com/what-we-do/themes/slow-wine/
BOOK SIGNING: 'THE GROCERY STORY' BY JON STEINMAN Jon Steinman, author of “Grocery Story” is making a stop at the Bexley Natural Market as he travels across the country on a book tour. Jon will give a presentation on the influence of grocery stores, and the importance of supporting local. From disturbing trends on food supply to why community owned grocery stores are more important than ever for maintaining the integrity of our food, this is an event not to be missed! This book signing and networking event is being co-sponsored by Slow Food Columbus. We especially invite all our members--past, present, and hopefully future--to attend and meet the folks over at the Bexley Natural Market!
We welcome one and all to a meet-and-greet with the vibrant colors and flavors of the '80s AND members of the Slow Food Columbus community! And what better way to do so with tacos that highlight organic ingredients from local vendors?! In addition to learning more about your local Slow Food chapter, Board member Dr. Jen Dyer will present new information about the harm caused by processed foods on children's health and their future risk of developing diabetes and obesity. Good, clean, and fair food not only is delicious but is healthy...especially for our children!
celebrating food, farmers and chefs
The Shake The Hand That Feeds You Dinner has been one of the most highly anticipated events for food lovers around Ohio for years. This joyful evening of celebrating food tradition never fails to amaze. Dinner guests gather together with a spirit of conviviality to celebrate food diversity and experience the reality of good, clean and fair food.
This year's chefs were:
SFC Board Member, and advisor to Slow Food Reynoldsburg Schools, Trevor Horn
Host and Ray Ray's Hog Pit founder [with his family] James Anderson
Former opening executive chef of Comune and current executive chef of The Crest Ben Kanavel
Sugar Magnolia founder and baker at Alchemy Kitchen Julie Dvorak
SFC is incredibly thankful for the generosity of Slow Food members Bob and Rachel Stern, who hosted a rooftop terrace dinner, which featured the seasonal products of Canal Junction Farm. Proceeds from the dinner were donated directly to our local chapter.
Ohio Food, French Technique is a celebration of Ohio farmers and food producers and the master culinary technique of Chef Richard of The Refectory. Enjoy a five course meal, expertly paired with wines from Patrick Allen Selections, showcasing local producers of meat, cheese, chocolate and more!
In honor of Slow Food Columbus’ 10th anniversary this year, the evening’s theme will return to the roots of Slow Food, which was founded in Bra, Italy. Guests are asked to bring a dish from Piedmont, Italy—be it an old family favorite or a new dish to you.
events around town you might be interested in
See our calendar below for events happening around Columbus.