Slow Food Club

by Krista Lee

This past Sunday, GMC students gathered in the farmhouse to make hot pepper jelly. This was one of the first meetings of the semester for Slow Food, a popular club on campus. Slow Food is a famous club at GMC, partially due to the infamous Nude Food Calender that the club creates! The club sets up a photo-shoot of having GMC students pose at the campus farm, Cerridwen Farm, with vegetables, raw milk , hay, and other creative farm items! The last calender was made Fall 2012, and another calender will be made this semester, Fall 2014. Make sure to keep an eye out for flyers with more information!

If you are interested in learning how to cook, bake, can, ferment, and learn other food related knowledge Slow Foods would be a perfect club for you to join. 

The club is meeting every Sunday at 4 in the farmhouse. See you there! Photos are from the meeting last Sunday. 


11 Comments Add yours

  1. Manoj Kumar says:

    Interesting article i like it, keep cooking delicious foods thanks for sharing.


  2. seems to be a great fun with lovely jelly beans and other stuffs,Nice pictures too


  3. Arpit Roy says:

    Is that a cake in the last pic ? Looks Yummy !!!


  4. nikhil says:

    i like this ver much


  5. Its seems that is a nice club when u can cook n eat 😀


  6. thanks for the content, great article


  7. Its really nice club for food


  8. Interesting article i like it, keep cooking delicious foods thanks for sharing.


  9. After getting our home designs right from want to make cooking awesome in our houses, so will definately join the club to learn these amazing things


  10. Suresh says:

    We provide fast food at IRCTC and not slow food.


  11. xtxduyljk says:

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