April Slow Session - Crave Artisan Chocolate
Sustainable Food Center
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Event DescriptionJoin Slow Food Austin in the Sustainable Food Center's teaching kitchen to learn from Krystal Craig of Crave Artisan Chocolate. Krystal will be demonstrating tempering chocolate for us while explaining the unique processes that each of her distinct treats has to go through before it lands on every pillow at the Four Seasons in Austin or arrives in your cupboard. We can't wait to see Krystal demonstrate the passion she has for her craft, and we are even more excited to get to sample her freshly made treats!
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About the Sustainable Food Center
The Sustainable Food Center cultivates a healthy community by strengthening the local food system and improving access to nutritious, affordable food. SFC envisions a food-secure community where all children and adults grow, share, and prepare healthy, local food.
From seed to table, SFC creates opportunities for individuals to make healthy food choices and to participate in a vibrant local food system. Through organic food gardening, relationships with area farmers, interactive cooking classes and nutrition education, children and adults have increased access to locally grown food and are empowered to improve the long-term health of Central Texans and our environment.
About Slow Food Austin
Slow Food Austin is an all-volunteer
501(c)3 organization that reconnects people with the food they eat. One of more
than 200 chapters across 150 countries, Slow Food Austin motivates people to
make responsible choices within our food system through educational
initiatives, social activities, fundraising events and community volunteer
projects that inspire respect for where food comes from and awakens true
pleasure in eating.
About Slow Sessions
Slow Sessions are educational events that are always free and open to the public. The goal is twofold: (1) to provide opportunities for Austinites to learn more about their food and where it comes from (2) to support local businesses whose values align with the Slow Food mission of good, clean and fair food for all.