Serenbe Style and Soul

with Marie Nygren




February 2010



Slow Food

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Slow Food is an organization that started in Italy to promote the idea of celebrating the experience of a shared meal with lovingly prepared food- not just a quick fast food bite.

The group received such attention that chapters have been formed all over the world. Atlanta Slow Food is hosting an event that I am excited to tell you about. And it features two of my favorite chefs from our Southern Chef Series, Linton and Kevin.

Slow Food Atlanta is pleased to invite you to 

Sunday, February 21 
7 p.m. 
Watershed Restaurant 
406 W. Ponce de Leon Ave. 
Decatur, GA 30030

Join seven of Atlanta’s favorite chefs for an intimate, family-style dinner that pays homage to food memories of the South and raises funds for Slow Food’s Terra Madre Foundation.  In addition to sharing five courses of reinterpreted southern family recipes — each course inspired by a food memory from the preparing chef — guests will enjoy a word from Slow Food International Founder Carlo Petrini on the importance of Terra Madre and the future of Slow Food and a rare performance by Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls.

Chefs for the dinner include Linton Hopkins of Restaurant Eugene, Kevin Gillespie of Woodfire Grill, Steven Satterfield of Miller Union, Kevin Ouzts of The Spotted Trotter, Billy Allin of Cakes & Ale, Scott Peacock of Watershed, and Cathy Conway of Avalon Catering.

Tickets are $150 per person if purchased before Monday, February 15;
Tickets are $175 if purchased after February 15.  
VIP Tickets are $250 per person and include a seat at Carlo Petrini’s table (limited availability).

Purchase your tickets at Proceeds from the dinner will be donated directly to Slow Food’s Terra Madre Foundation.

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