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

Toque Reform: Spawning Biodiversity

Nov. 1, 2008

by Jennifer M. Hall

There was no shortage of story displayed around the room, but as you would hope, the best story was on the plate...plate after plate of Salmon Nation. Al Kowitz, who...

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This Sunday: Enjoy an Amazing Brunch at NYC’s Back Forty for Uprising Seeds

Oct. 30, 2008

This Sunday at Back Forty restaurant, Jeff Lydon, Chef Peter Hoffman (Savoy and Back Forty), Hilary Baum (founder, Baum Forum), Francine Stephens (owner, Franny’s Pizza) and Slow Food USA...

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Rediscovering Up North Traditional Foods

Oct. 27, 2008

By Paula McIntyre, co-founder of Up North Foodies

When Gary Nabhan visited northern Michigan earlier this month to lead a group of locals in identifying traditional foods at risk, I was stumped....

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Apples of Our Eyes, Nose and Mouths

Oct. 16, 2008

by Gary Paul Nabhan

When the leaves of New England begin to glow with crimsons, purples and golds, many of us remember that it’s time for crimson, purple and gold apples to be picked,...

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Survival of the Tastiest

Oct. 15, 2008

Hot on the heals of our last post about the Eat It to Save It philosophy comes this article, Survival of the Tastiest in (on?) FLYP Media, a new online, interactive magazine. Check out a video of...

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