Slow Soup Kitchen

August 25, 2013

August 25, 2013

8:00 am To 12:00 am

Southside Farmers' Market, cnr Hindmarsh Drive & Ainsworth St Phillip, ACT

Event Description

Slow Soup Kitchen

WHEN: Sunday August 25, 8am to 12 noon
WHERE: Southside Farmers’ Markets, Woden ACT

What to donate

Donate what you think it is worth and you can afford for a delicious good clean and fair soup and a slice of wood fired bread. Loving prepared from ingredients donated by local farmers and transformed by volunteer cooks and chefs into sensational tasty soups to warm the soul.

What you will support

All monies raised will go to helping fair food activities in the region eg.:

  • school kitchen gardens 
  • community edible gardens 
  • promoting other local fair food happenings.

No bookings required

See you there, no bookings required, and feel free to come and lend a hand on the day or offer to cook a soup — its a great day of eating well and doing good 🙂


Slow Food Canberra

Short description—organiser

Come with us on a journey to discover the diversity of food, wine and produce in the Canberra region and beyond!

Slow Food is an international movement that promotes food and wine culture. It links pleasure and food with awareness and responsibility. Slow Food is also about forming networks between farmers and consumers; learning about our land and its limitations; and seeking to preserve local, regional and national foods and food practices especially those that are threatened with extinction.

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