On Thursday, March 10, Slow Food Los Angeles hosts a screening and discussion of Ingredients, a documentary that explores how farmers, ranchers, chefs and consumers are cooperating to create more sustainable food systems across the country. Focusing on seasonality and aiming to reconnect food, local communities, and health, this film follows in the trend (see also: Food, Inc.) of creating awareness about how we eat in America today.
Following the screening, Lisa Lucas Talbot (coleader of Slow Food Los Angeles) will moderate a discussion between Alex Weiser (Weiser Family Farms), Felicia Friesema (L.A. Weekly), and Martha Rose Shulman (author and cofounder of the Venice Cooking School). The screening begins at 7:30 PM at The Aero Theatre in Santa Monica. Tickets start at $7. Get them online here.
— Daniela Galarza