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Slow Food USA Blog

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

Youth Leadership in the Garden: Slow Food Boulder and Cultiva

Oct. 14, 2011

The Cultiva Youth Project and Slow Food Boulder have teamed up with Anolon Cookware to provide top-notch cooking education and leadership opportunities in North Boulder. Here, teens get to cook and eat together, as well as learn from their peers. And, of course, brand new cookware doesn’t hurt!

read more... Tags: Cooking, Slow Food Chapters in Action, Youth Food Movement


The $5 Challenge Reaches the White House!

Sep. 29, 2011

Guess who’s getting in on the $5 Challenge?

read more... Tags: Cooking, Food Justice, Policy, Take Action


$5 Challenge, McMuffins, and the Cost of Food

Sep. 21, 2011

Author Anna Lappe makes a homemade organic egg/muffin sandwich and tries to answer the question: Is fast food really cheaper, no matter how you slice it? And if so, what does that even mean for the nation’s poor?

read more... Tags: Cooking, Food Justice, Take Action


Over 5,570 meals shared

Sep. 18, 2011

Yesterday, as part of the $5 Challenge, over 5,570 meals took place all over the country. Hundreds of people submitted photos as well as sharing what parts of the challenge were difficult and what made it difficult.

read more... Tags: Cooking, Event, Farms and Farming, Food Justice, News, Current Event, Policy, Take Action


One Way to Nail the $5 Challenge: Onions

Sep. 16, 2011

Tamar Adler, author of An Everlasting Meal: Cooking with Economy and Grace, shares a recipe for cooking a vegetable that’s always easy to find.

read more... Tags: Cooking, Uncategorized


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