Shopping at your local farmers' market is just one of the ways you can support the local food movement. Slow Money educates people about taking their support to the next level, through nurture capital.
Many local food producers are hurting without a Farm Bill in place. If you want to find out how you can help fill that void, a great way to learn how is the Slow Money brunch on Saturday, October 19 from 9 to 11 a.m. at The Crest Gastropub, 2855 Indianola Avenue in Columbus.
The full brunch menu will include these items from local food producers:
- Quiche, featuring Yoder Farm Eggs, Wild Nettles, Swainway Urban Farm Mushrooms, and Lucky Penny Feta Cheese
- Build your Parfait featuring Snowville Yogurt
- Yoder Farm Sausage Patties
- Berkshire Bacon
- Luna Kick Start Patties
- Lucky Penny Goat Cheese
- Conrad Hives Honey
- Coconut Quinoa Cold Soup
- Black Radish Jam with Toast
The brunch starts at 9. The program will start around 9:30 to introduce you to what Slow Money is all about, and close with some great raffle giveaways.
Advance tickets are available here for $20, or $25 at the door. Tickets are going fast, so advance tickets are recommended.