Slow Sips: Wild Night at Joinery, June 4


Join Slow Food Seacoast at the first of their quarterly Slow Sips, featuring tastings of wild-foraged edibles and samplings of green beverages at the Joinery in Newmarket, NH, on Wednesday, June 4th at 5.30pm:

Slow Sips: Wild Night at Joinery
Slow Food Seacoast
Joinery Restaurant, 55 Main St, Newmarket, NH
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
5:30 – 7:30pm

The evening is a chance to gather and chat in a relaxed atmosphere. Our events will rotate between establishments that promote and support the Slow Food values of good clean fair and local food. In June, we’ll feature one of the newest restaurants on the scene, Joinery in Newmarket NH. Co-operated by Black Trumpet’s Evan and Denise Mallett with Chef Brendan Vesey, this local-source focused restaurant with a Southern twist is a perfect spot for our first gathering. The evening will feature tastings of wild-foraged edibles and samplings of green beverages. Speakers include: John Forti, renowned herbalist, wild edibles educator, Slow Food Seacoast board member and Curator of Historic Landscapes at Strawbery Banke Museum, Evan Mallett, Joinery and Black Trumpet proprietor, expert mixologist, Chef’s Collaborative and Slow Food Seacoast board members.

Ticket Prices: $20 Slow Food Seacoast Members / $25 Non-members. Your ticket entitles you to the wild edible appetizers, two libation samples and access to the presentations. Advance tickets are recommended.

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