The Arcosanti Community and Slow Food Prescott hosted its second annual Mesquite Harvest and Pancake Breakfast on Saturday 22nd. With 90 people attending a sold-out event, we are calling it a success and are hoping to expand in the future.
Alumnus and Steering Committee member Neil Urban attended with his daughter, alumna Arianna Urban.
[text: Colleen Reckow, photos by Sue Kirsch]
Bee keeper Gerard and chair of Slow Food, Prescott Molly Beverly resolve coffee making concerns. Next year we’ve been promised professional help with our coffee preparation from Firecreek Coffee.
Attendees learned about the benefits of membership with Slow Food Prescott. The organization is just five years old, but it is incredibly active and is transforming the food scene in Prescott.
Prickly pear syrup for sale! Colleen, Andy Chao and Rowan celebrate the sucess of the day and finally relax a bit.