Slow Food Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. How Did Eataly Become a Global Italian Food Superpower?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | Eater

    ... at fair prices and in an environment where people can shop, taste and learn." Farinetti has been involved with the Slow Food movement for years, enabling him to make connections with small-scale food producers and artisans. 2008: Eataly enters Japan ...

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  2. Slow Food forms roots in the North EastRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 11 | Border Mail

    A chapter of the Italian concept - which preserves traditional and regional cuisine and promotes sustainable and regional farming - Slow Food North East Victoria meets monthly at Beechworth Honey to hatch ideas to connect producers with consumers. "I'm hoping Slow Food will get people to appreciate what we do have in the North East; we have some really rare gems and some things close to extinction," he said.

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  3. Martha Muzychka: Taking it slowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | Telegram

    ... if there's a time where it is perfectly acceptable to sit and just breathe, it is summer. Several years ago, the slow food movement gave us permission to sit and enjoy our meals without gulping them in a frenzied state in between practices, ...

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  4. Culture Klash: Ranch Party RogueRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 9 | Planet Jackson Hole

    ... Short's "bomb shelter radio" as honky-tonk and post-apocalyptic. Walker curates art for the party, produced by Slow Food in the Tetons and now in its third year. The farm-to-table dinner takes place outside on the Lockhart property and features ...

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  5. Recipes: Shirley Spear cooks rollmop herringsRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 7 | Sunday Herald

    NORDIC cuisine, the latest culinary craze that British chefs are embracing in restaurants across the land, is all about keeping things pure, seasonal, local and fresh, plus supporting local artisans and producers. Heard this before somewhere? It could be described as the slow food movement of northern Europe, as opposed to that which is better known as belonging to our Mediterranean cousins, where the worldwide ark of taste is reputed to stem from.

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  6. Fight to save rare pigs wins royal approvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 9 | This is Wiltshire

    ... seven years, met Prince Charles at the Ark of Taste conference hosted by Dan Saladino of Radio 4's Food programme. Slow Food's international project was created to save foods at risk of extinction and to safeguard the world's agro-biodiversity using ...

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  7. Breaking bread's bad rapRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 8 | Daily Herald

    ... that serve to speed up the breadmaking process and extend shelf life. But the best loaves are a true slow food, produced with a few basic ingredients and requiring extensive fermentation time. (They won't last forever in your cupboard, but they ...

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  8. First Look: Northern Waters Smokehaus goes full service restaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | City Pages

    ... in the Dewitt-Seitz Marketplace. So they recently opened a new restaurant, one that runs on core values of slow food, local sourcing, food industry as career not stepping-stone, and extreme care and attention to detail. How are they doing so far? ...

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  9. Summer applesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | NewsReview.com

    ... of chartreuse. While Gravensteins make ideal pies, sauce and snacks, they're losing ground to other varieties. Slow Food USA now includes them on their Ark of Taste, a list of endangered foods. Do your part by eating these beauties slipped into ...

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  10. Inside Track: Much heat in the kitchen to feed 15,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 7 | Sunday Herald

    ... will be given theirs free of charge. They include The East Ate at Bridgeton, Urban Roots Moogety Grubhub at Govan, Slow Food West Scotland and Plan B of Wishaw. Seumas MacInnes of Cafe Gandolfi was keen to be involved because, as he put it: "This is ...

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  11. Growing a healthy communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    The Slow Food USA movement also supports fair conditions and pay for producers in 150 countries worldwide, while working to preserve local food cultures, traditions and biodiversity in more than 2,000 food communities. In Temecula Valley, the organization provides a variety of educational opportunities year round, along with support and grants for agricultural education through the creation of edible, organic local school gardens.

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  12. Festival fun for younger foodies is on the cardsRead the original story

    May 8, 2016 | Berwick Advertiser

    ... Beer Festival has confirmed that younger foodies will have a special place at the event. Organised by the town's Slow Food Group, from September 3 to 4, and sponsored by Simpsons Malt, the festival, held in Berwick's historic Barracks, showcases ...

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  13. That's ripe: Tomato Day returns to MorningsunRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | The Daily Republic

    ... Free parking and shuttle service are available. A donation to taste tomatoes is asked. The donation benefits Slow Food Solano's School Garden Grant Program. "Tomato Day donations plant the seeds for our countywide school garden grant program. This ...

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  14. A Spin in TurinRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | The Weekly Standard

    ... vanilla that it has slipped over your palate before you recognize the flavor. Veal from ancient cattle: Turin's Slow Food movement was one of the first to prize heritage breeds. Luigi's passion for his native cuisine is inspiring. Where he puts the ...

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  15. Sorry, Fido, Italy encourages 'family bags' to curb food waste in new lawRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | Christian Science Monitor

    ... Italy is better positioned to help focus the global efforts against food waste. Italy is the birthplace of the Slow Food Movement - promoted as an alternative to fast food that also aims to celebrate and preserve regional cuisine - that has spread ...

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  16. 5 PIOs among Africa's top 100 youth leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | The Times of India

    ... Wetlands Park on the north coast of South Africa. Horticulturist Zayaan Khan is local coordinator of the Slow Food Youth Network, a global organisation advocating quality food production and biodiversity protection. She is also an expert on ...

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  17. African FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 7, 2015 | Salt Lake City Weekly

    ... Bring a dish and your gently used cookbooks to swap. You know SFU cookbook exchange & potluck is sponsored by Slow Food Utah, gently nudging you away from fast food and the fast life. Any extra cookbooks will be donated to the Salt Lake Public ...

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  18. Homegrown - Summer applesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | NewsReview.com

    ... of chartreuse. While Gravensteins make ideal pies, sauce and snacks, they're losing ground to other varieties. Slow Food USA now includes them on their Ark of Taste, a list of endangered foods. Do your part by eating these beauties slipped into ...

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  19. Stouffer's harnesses blogger power to reach new consumersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | FoodNavigator

    A lot has changed since Abraham and Mahala Stouffer transformed their buttermilk and biscuits stand in 1920s Ohio into a chain of restaurants spanning the rustbelt, which then expanded into one of the first frozen TV dinner giants in the nation by the 1950s. Is it time for another change? In a marketplace where households are seeing a 'slow food' culture as an aspiration, where consumers increasingly are skeptical towards big food companies and increasingly value 'free-from' claims and healthy eating, frozen entrA e brand Stouffer's is reimagining how it should convey its 'convenient comfort food' image.

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  20. Good Food Samaritan: Ren WeinerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | Seven Days

    ... . In 2015, she founded FoodfightVT , a community web forum exploring local food issues. She sits on the board of Slow Food Vermont and organizes meetings and workshops examining food waste, labor, access and other concerns. In the past year, she's ...

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