Come with us to dinner on June 7th. Everybody Eats –  turns “rescued” food into a beautiful  “pay what you can afford” dining experience.

First things first – come with us to the Kai: redefining kiwana degustation dinner on June 7th. Hosted by the third year Bachelor of Arts in Culinary (AUT) students, the dinner is a fundraiser for Everybody Eats – a charity that turns “rescued” food into a beautiful  “pay what you can afford” dining experience. 

So, you can see that for Slow Food Auckland –  reaching out and supporting the people and projects that reflect our ethos is important in 2018. So is supporting our local producers and encouraging people to engage in the thinking, activities and initiatives that focus on good, clean and fair food for all.

Read on to find out about our 2018  events and  the amazing Terra Madre Salon Del Gusto that is being held in Turin in September this year – we will be there!

2018 Events and Activities

Field to Fork: brought to you by the Good Doctor was so much fun and so engaging.

And there is more to come!

We will be back soon with the dates for our future events which include a cheese making workshop, a winter movie night,  a convivial dinner and a trip to Sanctuary Mahi Whenua (food forest) at Unitec.

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Terra Madre Salone del Gusto is the biggest international event dedicated to food. The 12th edition, organized in collaboration with the Region of Piedmont and City of Turin, will be held from September 20 to 24, 2018, in Turin, Italy.

More than ever before, the focus of this year’s event will be on people and the change everyone can bring.

Terra Madre Salone del Gusto is a biennial Slow Food event, which brings together international producers, communities, chefs, and visitors in the celebration of good, clean and fair food. This year it will be held at Lingotto Pavilion, Piazza Castello and various other locations throughout Turin.
The event includes an international market, where producers selected based on the Slow Food philosophy will be present to share their products and stories. Hundreds of Presidia and food communities will attend, and for five days will bring the world’s food agrobiodiversity to the city and discuss shared challenges and solutions.
Other areas will include an enoteca, street food area, and thematic spaces focusing on: Bees and Insects, Food and Health, Seeds, Slow Meat and Slow Fish.
Numerous activities will be offered during these days including forums and conferences presenting influential figures who will offer multiple perspectives on how food can change the world, for better or for worse. There will also be Workshops and Cooking Schools, will be presented by chefs conscious that we cannot separate pleasure from responsibility towards producers and who use creativity to promote their local areas. Many other activities will be announced soon, keep an eye out for the official program!