Praise Polenta!
Slow Food South Bay
is hosting a Polenta Potluck
to celebrate

"Meatless Monday"

...bring a polenta dish (meatless),
and /or any vegetarian/vegan dish,
and/or a story to share about
polenta, or any other heirloom food.

Monday, November 6, 2017
6:30pm - 8:30pm

(Yes, this coming Monday, sorry for the late notice!)

As members of Slow Food's Chef's Alliance, we (Joni Sare, and other Slow Food chef members) have received a free bag of "Sea Island White Flint Corn Grits" from Anson Mills, to feature it this coming "Meatless Monday." 

This corn is on the Slow Food's "Ark of Taste," a catalog of 4,000+ foods that are worthy of our attention in order to maintain the biodiversity on our planet.

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Here is an article in Southern Living, April 2017, about South Carolina's white corn.

RSVP and location

Send an email to Joni at
will be sent to those who RSVP.
Cupertino, near 280 and 85.

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Sea Island
White Flint Corn

For 300 years prior to European arrival, Sea Island White Flint Corn was a Native American crop that thrived in the Sea Islands of the South, especially South Carolina and Georgia. more here on the Ark of Taste.

Sponsor: Anson Mills 

Want to try Anson Mills ingredients? 
Check out their products here.

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