The Brooklyn Food Conference
brings together food activists, local farmers, health advocates, academics, union leaders and restaurateurs to discuss the challenges facing the global food economy, and what that means for New York. We’ll be joined by conference organizer Nancy Romer
and chef Bill Telepan.
The Brooklyn Food Conference is Saturday, May 2, starting at 9:00 am
PS 321 and at John Jay High School
237 7th Avenue in Park Slope
More information here.
Bill Telepan will be participating in a roundtable discussion about sustainable restaurants with Dan Barber, chef and owner of Blue Hill; Peter Hoffman, chef and owner of Savoy and Back
Forty; David Shea, chef and owner of Applewood; and John Tucker,
owner of Rose Water; moderated by Leonard Lopate.