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Slow Food USA Blog

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

Iron Chef, whole grains edition

Mar. 15, 2010

by Robin Kerber, CIA Student and volunteer with Slow Food Hudson Valley

As I sat in the car, waiting for my friends, I was thinking about a recipe for winter barley vegetable soup: butternut...

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Middle School Slow Food clubs meet with Josh Viertel

Mar. 2, 2010

by Daniela Salazar Monárrez, 8th grader at Hillcrest Academy and Slow Food Club founder

Yesterday the Slow Food clubs of Van Avery Prep and Hillcrest Academy got together with the Slow Food USA...

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Eating in: not so hard

Feb. 25, 2010

A week ago I wrote about Cathy Erway’s book The Art of Eating In and about HuffPost’s challenge to its readers to like Cathy did and eat in for one week. So, here goes my progress...

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Check out The Waterpod

Feb. 24, 2010

by Emily Vaughn

Gardeners are problem-solvers.  Depending on their circumstances, they become experts on coping with rocky soil, too much shade, rural varmints or limited space.  But very few...

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It’s not too early to start planting! Jonesing for green...

Feb. 19, 2010

by Anastacia Marx de Salcedo, Slow Food Boston

February is tough on even the most chlorophyll-phobic among us. The other day, I caught my brother-in-law—the guy who’s enacted a total...

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