It seems that new markets are just popping up everywhere and we hope that it certainly continues. Beginning this June, Malta is expected to open a market on town-owned land between the Malta Community Center and the Just Meat & Deli Market. The market is said to be open on Tuesdays, from 3pm-6pm until October. Read more
On April 21st Brown’s Brewery and Revolution Hall will be hosting a delicious event in Troy, New York. Slow Food Saratoga Region was honored to accept an invitation to be a part of the night. Not only will there be a local, beer, cheese, meats, and sweets tasting, but in addition a screening of the Read more
Local food is such an important aspect of any place. It has the power to unite a community of people with the food that sustains them. For those of us who live in Saratoga we are truly lucky to have a thriving market that provides us with wonderful and delicious local food. We are so Read more
Check out Field Goods; an organization that connects local farms with individuals seeking local food. Watch the video, A Trip with Field Goods, to gain a better understanding about this local food delivery service based in Athens, NY!
Recently I have been experimenting with kale; a wonderful, in-season, superfood that is so versitile and delicious. It has been so great using this veggie in soups and salads but have had the most fun creating yummy chips. Kale Chips are a healthy alternative and inexpensive snack that you can make right at home. First Read more
Slow Food Saratoga welcomes two new interns to the team this spring! Kayleigh is a junior from Skidmore College and Emily is a senior at Western State College of Colorado. The girls are excited to get started and are passionate about furthering the mission of Slow Foods Saratoga!