Slow Food USA Blog
Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”
Jul. 30, 2009
by Paula Shatkin, leader of Slow Food Russian River, coordinator of Sebastopol Gravenstein Apple Presidium Project
Of the hundreds of California apple varieties, the Sebastopol Gravenstein is...
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...
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...
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...
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...