Slow Food's $5 ChallengeAngie McGowan
Slow Food is challenging you to a $5 dinner challenge. They want you to dine on $5 or less on September 17. They want you to get together with your family, friends and neighbors for a slow food meal that costs no more than $5 per person. In a world where cheap fast food and prepackaged value meals are so readily available, they want people to know that a good and cheap slow cooked homemade meal is possible too. If your not the best cook, this is a perfect time to learn one good recipe. And if your an experienced cook, this is a great time to teach others your skills.
To get involved, follow this link to sign up at Slow Food. Or you can follow this link to find an event in your area to attend. By signing up, you’ll also receive $5 cooking tips. For inspiration, check out these dirt cheap dinner ideas on Food 52. Food52 would love to see your photos from this event. You can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Break out the slow cooker— or try out one of Babble’s Best!