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Slow Food USA Blog

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

Slow Food Russian River’s Big Plans

Jul. 17, 2009

by Slow Food USA campaign intern Leah Gorham

Slow Food chapters, members, and non-members alike from coast to coast have started to come up with fantastic and creative ideas for Eat-ins as part...

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Slow Food Charleston says “it’s time for lunch”

Jul. 3, 2009

As more people across America sign up to organize Eat-Ins for Time for Lunch, we’re hearing some wonderfully creative ideas from organizers.

The leaders of Slow Food Charleston are...

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When It Comes to Kids, Change Can’t Wait

Jun. 23, 2009

Gordon Jenkins is the Time for Lunch Campaign Coordinator at Slow Food USA

Last week, Michelle Obama made these remarks to a group of fifth-graders who had just harvested 73 pounds of lettuce...

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Tamalada Raises Funds for Free Community Dinners

Jun. 22, 2009

story and photo by Laura McCandlish

Have you dreamed of making your own tamales but been too intimidated to try the multi-step, labor-intensive process at home?

Slow Food Corvallis helped about...

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This July 4th, celebrate your food independence!

Jun. 15, 2009

50 states. 50 governors. 50 first families celebrating July 4 with locally sourced food. 

Kitchen Gardeners International, with support from the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP)...

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