Eric Boutin, Nutrition Director of Seattle Public Schools & Hsiao-Ching Chou of Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution Seattle talking good food in schools.
Philip (& June, not pictured) Lee of Readers to Eaters, joined the Slow Food Seattle booth at the Pike Place Market Artisan Food Festival.
Amy Pennington signing copies of her book, "Urban Pantry"
Amy Pennington chatting with fans & signing copies of her book, "Urban Pantry"
Jon Rowley demonstrating how to use a refractometer to gauge the level of sugars in tomatoes.
Checking the refractometer level of tomatoes at Jon Rowley's Brix demo.
Some gorgeous heirloom tomatoes fresh from the U-Distric Farmers Market - testing their Brix levels as part of Jon Rowley's quest for the 10-Brix tomato.
Kathleen Flinn, author of "the Sharper Your Knife the Less You Cry," talking about how to choose a knife that's right for you.
Kathleen Flinn, author of "the Sharper Your Knife the Less You Cry," showing the group basic knife skills.
June Lee (left) tries her hand at cutting an onion like a chef after Kathleen Flinn's (right) demonstration.
Anthony Warner and Tiana Colovos came out to talk about the Orca K-8 School Garden
Thanks to all of you who came out this weekend to listen to our speakers, watch the demos, pick up some books from our partners Readers to Eaters, who volunteered as part of the national Slow Food Dig In! day, and chatted with us about Slow Food. All of this was in support for the Pike Place Market Foundation’s Human Service Programs.
All images : Jennifer Johnson