Group Leader:
Caroline Rye
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SF Edinburgh has a thriving and close-knit food community, with many Chef Alliance members, Supporters and Forgotten Foods producers. The group organises monthly stalls at the Edinburgh Farmers’ Market, providing a platform for local producers and chefs as well as Suppers to help link food businesses with local food producers – and to let people find out more about Slow Food in a relaxed, social environment. Slow Food Edinburgh holds farm visits and other events focusing on food production and preparation, as well as engaging in community gardening projects and other initiatives. Other recent activities have included running Slow Food’s The Taste Adventure at the Royal Highland Show – over 1,000 children experienced The Taste Adventure at the UK’s largest agricultural show.

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Edinburgh's Upcoming Events

Sit down at SF Edinburgh’s Big Table

Monday, 9 March, 2015, 18:30
£15.00 for main and drink (£12.50 Slow Food members)
Cafe St Honore, 34 North West Thistle Street Lane, Edinburgh
Sit down at SF Edinburgh's Big Table

Slow Food Edinburgh regularly organises the Big Table, a chance to meet local producers and fellow supporters, find out more about local food issues and share a delicious meal. Designed to be informal, relaxed events, they’re held on the second Monday of each month at a local Edinburgh restaurant. Here’s what the Big Table […]

SF Edinburgh Spring Film Night

Thursday, 19 March, 2015, 19:00 - 21:30
£12 for members of Slow Food and £15 for non-members
The Edinburgh Larder Cafe, 15 Blackfriars Street, Edinburgh
SF Edinburgh Spring Film Night

Slow Food Edinburgh is delighted to host an evening of film, poetry and food with special guests Catriona Taylor and Stuart Delves.
Catriona, artist and filmmaker, will present ‘Hymn to a Road’ exploring Cattle Droving in the Scottish Borders which was a major part of Scottish history, about which little has been written. The […]