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Slow Food USA Blog

Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”

Marion Nestle Coming for Lunch, Explosions

Oct. 14, 2008

by Slow Food USA staffer Kate Evanishyn

As you can imagine, we like to eat well here in the Brooklyn offices of Slow Food USA. Generally, we gather around our communal table around 1:00, reading...

read more... Tags: Book, Event, Uncategorized


One of Our Heroes: MFK Fisher

Oct. 7, 2008

by Slow Food USA Intern, Cecilia Estreich

To open the recent panel discussion on MFK Fisher at the The New School, food historian Andrew F Smith noted that there are only two reactions to the...

read more... Tags: Book, Uncategorized


Delicious Revolution: a Conservative Cause?

Jul. 10, 2008

by Slow Food USA staffer and blog editor, Jerusha Klemperer
Check out this thoughtful article from The American Conservative magazine. Its embrace of Slow Food may be surprising to some, but...

read more... Tags: Book, Farms and Farming


Going bananas

Jun. 19, 2008

by Slow Food USA intern Sara Hoffman

Yesterday in the New York Times, Dan Koeppel, the author of Banana: The Fate of the Fruit that Changed the World (which will be reviewed in the upcoming...

read more... Tags: Book, Farms and Farming, Food Justice


Bronx Grapes and Black Sphinx Dates

Apr. 30, 2008

by SFUSA Program Director Makalé Faber Cullen
The names alone can bring a smile to your face. In today’s New York Times, Kim Severson rolls out descriptions of RAFT, and our country’s food...

read more... Tags: Biodiversity, Book


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