Market Dinner at Fresh Hamptons

March 28, 2014 in Events, Latest News

Save the Date!
Sunday, April 27
Fresh Hamptons, Bridgehampton
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Potluck Supper Celebrates Cinco de Mayo

November 14, 2013 in Events, Latest News

Slow Food board member Linda Slezak and her husband Jim will host the next potluck supper at their home in Hampton Bays. Participants are urged to bring Mexican or Mexican-inspired food and to enhance the celebration with Mexican dress if they’d like.

Please bring a dish to share that serves 6-8 (or more) and try to keep it as local as possible. Hosts will provide mojitos and Coronas but you are also encouraged to please bring your favorite beverage.

Date:  Sunday, May 4, 2014
Time:  5:00 pm
RSVP: 631-659-3222 or
Cost:  $15 per person for members of Slow Food East End. $20 per person for non-members – or join and we’ll cut you a deal at the $15 rate. 

All proceeds from the dinner will be used for Edible School Garden programs.

Since space is limited to 25 guests and reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis. Please reserve promptly – these events fill up fast.  You’ll be rewarded with an opportunity to taste some of the best foods made by some of the best cooks on the East End.

Meet New People with a “Snail Supper”

March 8, 2012 in Events, Latest News

2013potluckmeetingGood news! Slow Food East End leaders have decided to extend our summer “Snail Suppers”  and make them year-around.  At these communal dinners, members get together at private homes or other venues on the East End to socialize with other foodies. Admission is a $20 per person donation to the Chapter. Participants are asked to bring a dish or a beverage to share (in winter as local as you can make it; other times seasonal and local). The host provides the main dish. If you’re not a members, this is a great incentive to join!

Interested in Hosting a SF Snail Potluck Dinner (click here)?

If you are interested in hosting a Snail Supper, please fill out the form here, or contact Linda Slezak: It can be a small, intimate gathering or a larger event. The main goal is to celebrate food as a cornerstone of pleasure, culture and community and have a great inexpensive meal with old and new friends.

Click here to see photos of past Chapter gatherings.