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Event archive: Sandor Katz, Food Day 2012

Photos from Sandor Katz’ Food Day October 24, 2012 visit are up.

Sandor with Prescott College students Sarah and Mimi

Sandor with Prescott College students Sarah and Mimi


Sandor with myself and Erin Lingo, Prescott Farmers Market/ Prescott College CSA director, at Peregrine Books

Sandor’s book talk at Peregrine Books.

Sandor’s full presentation on The Art of Fermentation at Prescott College.

Sandor’s tour of the Prescott College Edible Campus Gardens

Update: Sandor has just been featured in the NY Times! And don’t miss his interview on NPR’s Fresh Air part I and part II. Thanks to the Daily Courier for help publicizing this event.


Sandor Katz, fermentation revivalist and NY Times bestselling author of “Wild Fermentation”, “The Revolution will not be Microwaved”, and “The Art of Fermentation” visited Prescott College on National Food Day, October 24th.

What: Sandor Katz gave a public talk on the revival of fermentation techniques in the kitchen and in regional food systems, followed by a book signing and reception at Peregrine Books

Event sponsorship:

University of Arizona Southwest Center

Prescott College Office of Student Life

Prescott College Jenner Farm through making and selling pickles!

Native Seeds/SEARCH

Prescott Farmers Market

The Motor Lodge

The Peregrine Book Company

The Raven Cafe

Crossroads Cafe

Slow Food Prescott

GMO Free Prescott

New Frontiers Marketplace

Prescott College Environmental Studies Program

Natural Grocers

One Root Tea & Herbothecary

Juniper Well Ranch and Vineyard

Granite Mountain Brewery

Page Spring Cellars

Trader Joe’s

Pangaea Bakery

Whipstone Farm

This event is an official celebration of National Food Day.

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