Slow Food Seacoast Sunday Dinner at Blue Moon Evolution, May 1

blue_moon_evolution-logo.jpgSlow Food Seacoast’s Sunday Dinner heads to Blue Moon Evolution in Exeter!


Slow Food Seacoast Sunday Dinner:

Wild Edible Greens & Flowers

Place: Blue Moon Evolution, 8 Clifford St, Exeter, NH

Date: Sunday, May 1, 2011

Time: 5:30–7:30 p.m.


Bring a potluck dish that includes spring flowers or other wild edibles to Blue Moon Evolution, a restaurant committed to supporting organic and local food producers. Their newly renovated space is a perfect place to come together and share a meal.


After dinner, Nancy Randolph will speak about two books from Just Write Publishers, a Maine-based company that focuses on books of local interest, that are relevant to our evening’s theme:


• How to Fix a Leek … and Other Fresh Food from Your Farmers Markets, by Sandra Garson. Originally written in 1991, the 20-year anniversary reissue comes out on May 1, just in time for the 2011 market season.


• Wild Plants of Maine: A Useful Guide, by Tom Seymour (a guide to Maine’s wild edibles and other useful plants).


For more information about Slow Food Seacoast, visit:

One Response to “Slow Food Seacoast Sunday Dinner at Blue Moon Evolution, May 1”

  1. Pam says:

    Don’t forget: Please bring your own beverage and dining kit (plate, cup, mug, utensils, and napkin) to minimize waste and cleanup time.

    If you’ve never been to a Slow Food potluck before, please read About Our Potlucks ( for more information about what to expect!

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