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October 5 Local Foods Potluck Party at Lisa's
Please join Lisa Gottlieb and friends of Selma Cafe for a local food potluck party. Here's the rules o' the road: harvest or purchase local ingredients from your own garden, farmers, farm markets, CSAs, locally owned food shops or anywhere else that will keep our food dollars right here in our community. Make something deelish with what you have, and bring it on over to share with others. Not feeling the urge to mix, cook, or bake? That's okay--pick up some prepared food sourced locally from Harvest Kitchen, Juicy Kitchen, Argus Farm Stop, the People's Food Co-op Ann Arbor, or anywhere else that supports sourcing locally grown food.

NEW NEW NEW: Come over at 6:00pm and make your dish in the kitchen with others feeling the urge to mix it up together. Want to just bring your dish already to share? Come on over by 7:00p to get our supper on.

HEY, TO BE CLEAR, THIS IS NOT A FUNDRAISER. Sorry for yelling. This is a party. At my house. Come on by and celebrate growing our local food shed, one fab dinner at a time. Along with your food, bring something you like to drink. Feel free to RSVP in the comments, and mention what you are bringing. Please share with other friends of local food! Appetizers, salads, soups, casseroles, desserts, omnivore, vegetarian, vegan--all are welocme.
Please consider biking or walking over. If you are driving, please park in the Eberwhite school parking lot, and drive considerately.
Questions? email me: lisa@selmacafe.org

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Hey, Lisa's having a party at her place: Local Foods Potluck, Sunday, September 14, 6p-10p. Here's the rules o' the road: harvest or purchase local ingredients from your own garden, farmers, farm markets, CSAs, locally owned food shops or anywhere else that will keep our food dollars right here in our community. Make something deelish with what you have, and bring it on over to share with others. Not feeling the urge to mix, cook, or bake? That's okay--pick up some prepared food sourced locally from Harvest Kitchen, Juicy Kitchen, Argus Farm Stop, or the People's Food Co-op Ann Arbor, or anywhere else that supports sourcing locally grown food. THIS IS NOT A FUNDRAISER. Sorry for yelling, just want to be clear this is not a Selma Cafe sponsored event. It's a party. At my house. No money or donations accepted. Come on by and celebrate growing our local food shed, one fab dinner at a time. Along with your food, bring something you like to drink. Appetizers, salads, soups, casseroles, omnivore, vegetarian, vegan--all are welocme.
Please consider biking or walking over. If you are driving, please park in the Eberwhite school parking lot, and drive considerately.
Questions? email me: yogalisagottlieb@gmail.com
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Selma Cafe breakfast parties are on hiatus for now. Stay tuned for updates, and thanks for the support!
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PLEASE NOTE: SELMA CAFE IS CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER!
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Come on by Saturday, May 17 for the Selma Cafe breakfast party. Chef & food writer Nick Roumel is at the helm! MENU: Greek Inspired Breakfast: Roasted Lamb with rosemary focaccia, OR, Scrambled Eggs with Feta Cheese & Herbs with rosemary focaccia. Both served with Roasted Potatoes, Tzatziki, and Fresh Spring Spinach Salad. We'll have our house specials of waffles, fruit bread pudding & vegan granola too. Ingredients sourced from: Dragonwood Farm, BP Farm, Tatnre Farm, Greystone Creamery, Zingerman's Bakehouse, Calder Dairy, Ann Arbor People's Food Co-op. Please join us!

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Saturday, April 19 is the next Selma Cafe breakfast party.Chef Damian Rivera is cooking up Huevos Rancheros, with black bean stuffed corn tortillas, fried eggs, cheese, salsa and chorizo, or roasted potatoes as the vegetarian option. Plus, a side of spring salad mix and a slice of gluten free corn bread just for added deliciousness. We'll have our house specials of waffles, fruit bread pudding & vegan granola too. Come join us!

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From February 2009 until April 2013 Selma Cafe was a weekly local-foods breakfast salon in the home of Lisa Gottlieb, offering a gathering place for friends and community to imagine and create a growing vibrant and sustainable regional food economy while enjoying delicious meals from a wide variety of terrific chefs. Currently Selma Cafe is serving breakfast on a monthly basis in Sunward Cohousing's common house kitchen, motivated by the same mission and enthusiasm that we have had since we began. Follow us on facebook for the latest happenings, and check out our blog here on the website. Selma Cafe has received formal 501c3 non-profit status, and we are always looking for volunteers to join us in our adventure.