In terms of its environmental awareness and obsession with food, Seattle is ripe for tonight’s Slow Food Summit, inspired by last year’s 60,000-strong Slow Food Nation in San Francisco. Erika Lesser, executive director of Slow Food USA, asks the question Good, Clean, Fair Food — Can We Have It All? Her fellow panelists include a farm labor activist, a nutrition educator, and an organic orchardist. Time: Wednesday, October 21, 7-9 p.m. Location: Town Hall, 623-5261. Price: $10; admission benefits the Laurel Rubin Farm Worker Justice Project.