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If given the option between a lunch from McDonald's and one from Whole Food Market's deli, most likely many would choose the latter. Although one cost significantly less than the other, when it comes right down to it, people nowadays care much more about what they eat.

There's been a growing trend among Americans consuming less processed foods in favor of healthier choices. It's because of this trend that Food Day, held several times in the 1970's, is making a resurgence.

Similar to the television show, Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, Food Day is about bringing awareness of healthy and sustainable foods nation-wide. Many cities across the country celebrated Food Day Monday, October 24, but Houston will hold its Food Day festivities today.

Local foodies, foodists, and socially-conscious and responsible eaters are invited to join Urban Harvest's City Hall Farmers Market as the market hosts Houston's official Food Day events:

Put the fast food down and go the slow food route

It'll be like one big happy family as attendees gather around the communal table at City Hall Farmers Market. Guests are encouraged to purchase lunch from market vendors or bring a brown bag lunch of their own for a community lunch around the reflection pool at noon. This will be the city's biggest community lunch.

Watch local chefs throwdown
Three local chefs from the Recipe For Success Chefs Advisory Board will put their skills to use in a Collard Green Throwdown. Monica Pope of t’afia, Randy Evans of Haven, Peter Garcia of El Meson, and Chef Jose Montoya of the Houston Food Bank will compete for the best collard green dish. Watch as the cooks battle it out and stay for samples of each of their creations from 11 a.m to noon.

Attend a Food Day Town Hall meeting

Food Day will commence with a town hall meeting hosted by The City of Houston. The meeting will be from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. and will feature a panel of food movement leaders in city and others.

Wednesday October 26, 2011

Time: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Cost: Free

City Hall
901 Bagby
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 837-0311

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