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Slow Food USA Blog

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

I Am What I Ate - Rosemary Melli

Jan. 22, 2008

Continuing our series begun in last month’s Snail (Slow Food USA’s quarterly magazine), Slow Food Northeast Regional Governor Rosemary Melli shares her childhood food heritage as an Italian...

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What do you eat in January?

Jan. 11, 2008


In her book Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, Barbara Kingsolver has a whole chapter entitled “What do you eat in January?” (and she lives on a farm!). And although it is a baffling 50 degrees here in...

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I Am What I Ate - Carlo Petrini

Jan. 8, 2008

Slow Food USA members should have just received the issue 4 of The Snail for 2007. The theme of the issue is American Food Traditions; we asked some people to share with our readers their...

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Slow Food Challenge

Jan. 4, 2008

Always a source of the inside scoop on what’s great in the restaurant world from local folk, Chowhound also has an active discussion board on all-around food topics. Just two days ago one poster...

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Stollen

Dec. 24, 2007


Here in the Slow Food USA offices, the weeks leading up to Christmas are marked by anticipation of, and then shortly thereafter consumption of, stollen. Fruitcake has been the butt of many jokes...

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