Welcome to Slow Food Aberdeen City & Shire

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Join us at 6pm on the 10th May 2018 for our Slow Fish Event in the heart of Aberdeen.

You will have the opportunity to see how fish is processed for market at Granite City Fish and experience

the real skills of a fish filleter.

After the demonstration we will go along the road for a delicious 3 course big table dinner where you will sample some of the best local fish at 210 Bistro

Starter
Crab Bon Bons
Grilled Asparagus, Samphire & Hollandaise

Main
Fish Supper
Breaded Cod Cheeks, Monkfish Cheeks, Langoustine Tails, King Scallop, Mackerel,

Smoked Carrot Purée, Salt & Vineger Leeks, Fat Cut Chips

Dessert
Honeycomb Cheesecake
Ginger Nut Crumble, Lemon Curd & Rhubarb Ice Cream

Slow Food Members – £25 Per Person
Non Members – £29 Per Person
Tickets available from https://slowfish.brownpapertickets.com


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Keep your eye on our Facebook page for exciting news that is sure to interest you.

https://www.facebook.com/SlowFoodAberdeen/


We all have a role to play in climate change and as part of the #MenuForChange campaign we are asking you to join us in taking a closer look at our food choices and help Cook Up a Better Future?

Here’s a few ideas :-

Cook with Ark of Taste ingredients to help ensure a biodiverse, biodelicious future.

Try a Meatless Monday and cut out meat for one day every week.

Create a climate-friendly kitchen by reducing food scraps and waste.

Post a photo of your efforts on social media using #MenuForChange and see what others are doing – together, we can make a difference.


Slow Food Aberdeen City & Shire are joining the global Slow Food #MenuForChange campaign, not just to raise awareness of food’s impact on climate change, but to suggest simple ways that each one of us can help reduce that impact.

As part of #MenuForChange, the challenge over the next 4 weeks is to cook at least one meal each week using ingredients grown or produced within 50 miles of your home. Using local produce means a lower carbon footprint of your meal and is a small step to help tackle climate change.

Join in with the challenge and share your meal ideas and photos using the hashtags #MenuForChangeAbz #50MileMealAbz #EatLocal#50MileMeal #MenuForChange – there might even be goody bag up for grabs for the best 50MileMeal!

If you need inspiration keep a look out for our #50MileMeal ideas and pictures — shop local, cook local and #EatLocal.

  #50MileMealAbz