Slow food and sustainability efforts continue to grow in the community

As a citizen of Redlands and as a professional chef, it gives me great pleasure to see the local thriving "slow food" movement. Full Story
amy sher

Wilbraham, MA

#1 Sep 5, 2010
Really interesting to read about the slow food movement and how it is "slowly" spreading it's influence everywhere.
Thanks Chef Lee!

Santa Monica, CA

#2 Sep 5, 2010
So wonderful that the word is getting out about what a difference "slow food" can make on your health and taste buds. At the same time we are being conscious citizens of our communities and the world. Superb Chef Lee - Keep us informed!
Chef Lee Burton

Redlands, CA

#3 Sep 8, 2010
Amy, Caroline: How nice of you to comment with such positive feedback. Slow food is certainly catching on. Let's plan another in-home cooking class soon! Miss seeing you both and hope to see you again soon! Thanks, again!

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