October Dine Around Dinners!

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Come take a seat at our table!

Food is about nourishing your body and so much more. At this Dine-Around we will gather around the table to explore the stories that are inextricably tied to the way we experience food. 

On Saturday, October 21st, people will slow down, come to the table and gather in homes around Denver to share meaningful conversation and delicious food in the spirit of building our Slow Food community. Slow Food DenverA Table in Time(w)holehearted and our gracious hosts invite you to reserve a place at one of these special dinners.

To foster community-building, guests may be asked by the host to contribute to each dinner in the form of food, drink or story. To reserve your place, a $5 tax deductible donation to Slow Food Denver is required for most dinners. Be sure to check the details in the invitation and with your hosts! We are grateful to the hosts who have graciously opened up their homes in support of Slow Food.

Recipe for Change! 

Join Jovial Concepts and UpRoot Colorado for a dinner of locally gleaned produce and harvests from their neighborhood gardens prepared in a feast. Be part of inspiring conversations and build community around growing a more wholesome and inclusive food system.
Some refreshments will be provided, guests are asked to bring their own alcoholic beverages.

Rice and Herb: Experience Persian cuisine from Northern Iran!

Please come and join us to experience the food from Gilan Province ( Northern Iran); you will experience how herbs and rice can be served in such a great harmony to compliments fish and chicken. Food will be provided.
Guests are asked to bring wine, beer and a good appetite!

A Slow Journey Around the World!

Come discuss how food affects all parts of our lives differently around the state, country and world at this Denver potluck!
Guests are asked to bring small dish or wine unique to your hometown growing up or currently in/around Denver and be ready to share food stories.

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