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We just received the new 2012 membership brochure.  Inside, highlights who were are and why we would love for you to join!  We need to change the way we eat.  Good, clean, fair food!  Download brochure ( pdf 3mb )


E.A.T Marketplace and Cafe is Now Open!

Hours: Tue- Fri 8am-4:30pm

Slow Food TV president, Chef Leah, is now open for business!  (Source: eatmarketplace.com) Mornings are full of great baked goods, Micro organic roasted coffee’s and a daily specials like organic fairfield blueberry french toast; Ham & Gruyere Strata;  Wild greens, Feta & Pumpkin frittata and award winning scones that melt in your mouth (no joke).

Lunch is a treat, featuring homemade Italian sausage lasagna with bechamel and basil pesto; Great hearty sandwiches; Creative side dishes; Organic salads (featuring many local farms); Soup of the day and flat bread pizza’s.

Dinner options (also great lunch dishes)… Organic local chicken that is roasted with Temecula Olive Oil, herbs and a smidgen of butter to brown the top of the bird!  Pot pies;  Braised Brandt Short Ribs;  Flat bread pizza’s and so much more.  So stop by at the end of your day and pick up dinner for just you or the entire family.  Call ahead or Email us your order-  we will have it all ready to go- and even run it out to your car if needed!  We are all about helping to simplify life!



Cupcake Wars Kudos

Kudos to Slow Food Temecula Valley board member, Corie Maue and her sister in-law, Andrea Maue, for their recent win on Food Network's Cupcake Wars!


5th Annual 100 Mile Dinner

The 100 Mile Dinner is a five-course feast, featuring ingredients that have been foraged from within 100 miles. Each course will be paired with a complementary Stone brew. Local Chef - Local Food Join us for an evening of celebrating all that is local! Showcasing the bounty of our region. 5 courses, including cocktail hour, paired with Stone Breweries best brews. Dessert will be served with Roast House organic shade grown coffee- and all time favorite blend, "Pudding." 

Dinner - Winter Squash soup and ensalata
Intermezzo - Local Seafood
Main - Brandt Beef braised with blood oranges
Dessert - Formaggio influenced dessert

Proceeds from the event benefit local Academic and Edible School Garden programs. Only 100 seats are available, and this event usually sells out quickly. Tickets are $100 per person and can be purchased at Brown Paper Tickets.


Meet the Farmer: Martha and Bill Brady of Moonrise Farm

On a mere 2.5 acres in La Cresta, Martha and Bill Brady grow an amazing abundance of heirloom vegetables. These jewels of the farmers' market are not just certified organic, but biodynamic. Martha is a certified nurseryman, teaches composting for the state, and has a degree in agribusiness. Suffice it to say, she's a knowledgeable lady that produces great produce! Martha can tell you whatever you need to know about anything she grows. If you think those Rouge Vif (French for "red pumpkin") pumpkins are gorgeous but have no idea what to do with one, Martha can tell you; I have a feeling she must cook as well as she farms.

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