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  • Slow Food Yolo

    We preserve and share local foods and food cultures. We defend and advocate policies that promote holistic alternatives to the industrial system. Through tastings, workshops and social opportunities, we explore and celebrate the Slow life.


Bastille Day Feast

Bastille Day Feast 

Winters Farm to School

Saturday, July 14, 2012
11:30 -3:00
Bastille Day
Hello Everyone,
Please join us at Wolfskill Historic Ranch for a fabulous meal, tour, and silent auction to support Winters Farm to School – local foods for local kids.
See you there,
Georgeanne and Ann

Under The Canopy Of The Olive Trees At The Wolfskill Ranch

4334 Putah Creek Road – Winters


We are honored to announce and invite you to support the first Winters Farm to School fundraiser.

On July 14th, Winters Farm to School will be hosting a multi-course feast featuring Rominger Ranch lamb, locally sourced produce and a selection of fine wine from Yolo’s wineries. Long tables, nestled under the canopy of the 150-year old olive trees lining the driveway at the Historic Wolfskill Ranch will seat more than 150 people, as they join together in a leisurely celebration. A tour of the Wolfskill Ranch will be conducted prior to aperitifs and lunch. There will also be an auction of one-of-a-kind food and wine related items.


Seating Limited – Tickets Required, $1oo per person, Tickets can be

purchased at the following locations: Ace Hardware in Winters or




Spring Craft Classes

Spring Series: Food Craft Classes

Slow Food Yolo is pleased to announce its first… Spring Series of hands-on food craft courses, coordinated by Slow Food Yolo CoLeader Ann M. Evans, and held at her home in Davis.

The classes cover fermentation of foods such as:

  • sauerkraut
  • hand-made raviolis
  • home beekeeping
  • early summer canning

The classes are:

May 5 – 2-5 PM

Fermented Vegetables with Cathy Suematsu – pickled carrots with ginger, sauerkraut, chili sauce (take home product). There will be tastings of sauerkraut, kim chee, pickles, homemade mustard, and beet kvass. Cathy is a Capay Valley resident and has been doing home fermentation of food products for many years.

May 20 – 2-5 PM

Raviolis From Scratch with Jonathon Moon (2 different kinds, all vegetarian, take home pasta). Jonathon Moon is both a contractor and a cook, and has been making his own pasta for years.

May 27 – 2-4 PM

Introduction to Backyard Beekeeping with Steve Stombler, including a look into a hive. Steve Stombler is a long time beekeeper. The class will go over the basics of beekeeping and provide everyone with the opportunity to look into a hive (fully suited.) (Limit of 6 participants)

June 16 – 2-5 PM

Introduction to Early Summer Canning with Ann M. Evans. Depending on what product is available in plentiful supply, this course will produce a chutney (perhaps apricot, cherry), a jam, and one other item, such as cherries or apricots in a quart jar for pie-making later in the winter. Ann Evans has been canning for her glass pantry for 40 years. (Limited to 6 participants)

All classes are open to Slow Food Members for $45 and for non-members $55. Check payable to Slow Food Yolo, PO Box 72431, Davis, CA 95617 A.

Email reservation to Slow Food Yolo Administrator Allegra Roth at arroth@ucdavis.edu.

As the subject, write “SFY Spring Class Reservation”

Class enrollment will be on a first come first serve basis, with the check finalizing enrollment. There will be no full or partial refunds of the fee should you not be able to make it.

Class participation is limited to 6-8 people, depending on the class..

Once you are enrolled, you will be sent information on class location, along with a list of what materials and supplies you will need to bring to the class and what will be provided for you.

All classes provide hands-on experience in a home kitchen, and in the case of beekeeping, with a residential beehive.

For more information, contact Ann M. Evans at ann@annmevans.com.


The Last Crop: movie screening

a film-in-progress by Chuck Schultz.
Come to the screening of a new film on the story of Jeff and Annie Main- two family farmers who are learning to cope with the development of their rural community and its affect on their family’s future. What sets the Mains apart is their resolve to ensure their land will remain affordable and productive for future farmers.
Hosted by the Agricultural Sustainability Institute
When: February 9th, 2012. 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Where: Storer Hall on the UC Davis Campus


The screening will be followed by a discussion with:
  • Moderator Shermain Hardesty from the UC Small Farm Program
  • Annie & Jeff Main
  • Jennifer Taylor from the Farm Academy
  • Melanie McMadden from the Davis Food Co-op
  • Rich Leavy
  • Chuck Schultz
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