Slow Food USA Blog
Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”
Nov. 19, 2010
Michael Blanding’s book aims to tell the real story behind that happy global picture of people who speak different languages and have different color skin but sway arm in arm singing songs and drinking Coke.
Jul. 2, 2010
by Julia Landau
Some foods you can just feel. Maybe your fingers automatically prepare it, maybe your eyes jump straight to the choice ingredient at the market, maybe you smell it from light...
Jun. 30, 2010
by Patrick Keeler
“You are what you eat.” It’s a trite aphorism amongst us sustainable food advocates, but never so literally has this adage been applied than in the new novel Animals by Don...
Jun. 29, 2010
by Mikayla Moretti, Slow Food chapter at University of Rhode Island
What could possibly be better than eating food you can feel good about without breaking the bank? Author and Slow Food...
Jun. 15, 2010
by Monika V.I. Kunz
I’m going to spill a secret: even though I try my best to exclusively eat local, sustainable food, I’m not 100% a locavore. I can blame it on the fact that I’m Southern...