Saturday, September 30th 2023 18.00-20.00 we have the honour of hosting Carolyn Steel for a talk about food and cities.

During the evening, we will explore and discuss the role that farmers markets play in making local, seasonal, and fresh food more accessible in cities while bridging the knowledge gap from farm to fork and building resilient communities in public, urban spaces. This event is organised by Grønt Marked and Slow Food Danmark, as part of a series of events to highlight and celebrate the work done by the winners of the 2023 Slow Food Danmark Awards. Join us for an evening of thought-provoking discussion and inspiration. All proceeds from the ticket sales on this event go to raising funds for Grace Kbh, who aim to provide shelter, support and love for people living in the streets of Copenhagen. Read more about Grace Kbh here:…/vaeresteder/grace-i-koebenhavn

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Fish and Chips at Lille Bakery
After the talk, there will be fish and chips at Lille Bakery! You can purchase your tickets for the fish and chips here:

About Carolyn Steel
Carolyn is a distinguished author, architect, and educator whose work has left an indelible mark on how we perceive and interact with our urban surroundings. Her critically acclaimed books, “Hungry City: How Food Shapes Our Lives” (2008) and “Sitopia: How Food Can Save the World” (2020), have been translated into 15 languages, offering readers profound perspectives on the significance of food in our lives. Carolyn’s concept of ‘sitopia’ (food-place) has garnered international recognition and resonated across diverse fields, from academia to design, industry, and the arts.

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