Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Foraging Hike with DiningWild - South Mtn. Reservation - May 21, 2016 - SOLD OUT. Please join us next time!


Foraging Hike, Sat. May 21, 9:30-noon

with Dan Lipow of DiningWild

to Benefit

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DATE: Saturday, May 21, 2016

(Rain date Saturday, June 4)
The event will not be called off in the case of light rain or drizzle

LOCATION: South Mountain Reservation, Essex County, NJ. Turtle Back Rock Parking Area.

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To get to Turtle Back Parking Area: From Pleasant Valley Way/Cherry Lane, go EAST on Northfield Ave. About one quarter mile past South Mountain Arena turn RIGHT at the traffic light at Walker Rd. Park entrance will be on the right.  

TIME: 9:30 a.m. to noon

COST: $12 per person.

Join local wild food enthusiast and forager, Dan Lipow, owner of DiningWild, for a moderately paced hike through the reservation as we focus on seasonally available wild food. Dan will share his knowledge of edible plants and fungi as frequent stops are made to learn about and collect nature’s bounty. We are likely to spot mushrooms and spring greens such as sassafras and garlic mustard.

Bring bags or containers with you, as well as plenty of water.

Proceeds from the hike will benefit SFNNJ’s school and urban garden fund.  

Limited to the first 25 people who register.

Tickets must be bought in advance at Brown Paper Tickets, http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2539549. Tickets sell out quickly, so don’t wait! Deadline for ticket purchase is midnight May 20.


For more information, email: northernnewjerseynj@slowfoodusa.org

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Record Attendance at the February Winter Farmers' Market

Thanks for coming — and donating.

The line out the door on Feb. 7, 2016 at The Woodland in Maplewood, NJ.

A busy Winter Farmers' Market.
Slow Food NNJ Chair Julia Lawlor was interviewed by News 12 NJ.

Frank of Frank's Pickled Peppers said his mango chutney was a big seller.
Dan Stein and Sylvia Becker of Wild Honey Catering came with 4 large tubs of organic chili and sold out before the end of the market.

Kim of Jams by Kim said last summer's NJ peaches were the best.  She had the last of her peach jam, along with many other flavors, ready for the picking.
The first-ever Slow Food NNJ Winter Market cafe opens at The Woodland.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Feb. 7, 2016 - Winter Market Vendors

Please join us for the next

Sponsored by:

Slow Food Northern New Jersey


Apple Ridge Farm -- breads, pretzels, gnocchi, pies, granola, mustards, dips

Bobolink -- breads, grass-fed cows’ milk cheeses, butter, grass-fed beef, pork, veal, pasta, pesto, grass-fed cows’ milk, cream, yogurt smoothies

Bone-In -- bone broths, pastured meats, poultry, pork, prepared foods, stews
Cherry Grove Farm -- cheese and pastured beef, lamb, pork, chicken

Cherry Grove Farm -- cheese and pastured beef, lamb, pork, chicken

Chickadee Creek Farm -- vegetables

Churutabis Farm -- pastured poultry

DéGagé Gardens -- aromatherapy products, including eye pillows and body wraps

◆ DiningWild -- mushrooms

Edible Jersey -- magazine

Ester’s Treats -- organic baked goods

Ev Eleon olive oils -- organic Greek olive oils and tapenades

Flavor Your Health -- health bars

Frank’s Pickled Peppers -- pickled vegetables

Jams by Kim -- jams, chutneys

Lazy Susan’s Granola  -- granola

Lickt Gelato -- gelato

Nicola’s Pasta Fresca -- fresh pasta

Purely Farm -- pastured meats including pork, sausages, bacon, turkey

Rogowski Farm -- vegetables

Stryker Farm -- pastured pork, goat, lamb

Tassot Apiaries -- honey and honey products

The Spotted Egg -- quail and quail eggs

Vita Organic Foods -- organic raw chocolate

Wild Honey Catering -- organic chili

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Latest Winter Market

December 2015 Market

 Next MarketFeb. 7, 2016 @ The Woodland, 12-4 p.m.

Thanks to everyone who joined us this past weekend at The Woodland in Maplewood, NJ. 

-- The public who graciously donated at the door in support of our school and community garden fund.  There were all kinds of treats on site and to take home.

-- The vendors with their bountiful winter offerings.

-- The volunteers who helped wherever it was needed.

Slow Food Northern New Jersey

A sampling...

Rogowski Farm
Purely Farm

Chickadee Creek Farm


Tassot Apiaries

Nicola's Pasta Fresca
Krunch Kitchen
DiningWild Food & Grocery

Bone In

Josie Porter Farm
Apple Ridge Farm
Churutabis Farm
Vita Organic Foods
Cherry Grove Farm and Ev Eleon Olive Oils

Lickt Gelato
School Lunch Farm
Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse

Edible Jersey

The Spotted Egg

Sunday, November 8, 2015

A memorable meal ...

Thank you to Chef Todd Villani and the staff at Terre à Terre in Carlstadt for hosting the four-course fall farm-to-table dinner on Oct. 8 to benefit Slow Food Northern NJ's School and Community Garden Fund.  

It was a beautiful setting.
And a great example of the variety, freshness and flavor of locally-sourced, seasonal fare.

Please check back soon for upcoming events!