Slow Food USA Blog
Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”
Rebuilding Tabasco’s Food Community
Nov. 12, 2007
As the Slow Food delegates arrived in Puebla, news of the terrible flooding in the Tabasco region spread. With nearly a million people affected, Tabasco is in trouble. It was just two short...
Snapshots from Puebla
Nov. 10, 2007
In the garden, overlooking the ruins of a home for aged Franciscan friars, under white umbrellas and the blazing Poblano sun, we ate tortillas, drank mezcal, and met our neighbors, from the UK,...
A Heritage Thanksgiving
Nov. 10, 2007
With Thanksgiving almost upon us, many of us are trying to avoid buying a flavorless supermarket turkey and are wondering: where in the world can I find a heritage turkey? Some of you might even...
YOUTH FOOD MOVEMENT
Nov. 2, 2007
Youth Food Movement Delegation Joins Slow Food Leaders in Puebla, Mexico
New York City, NY: Some of the most exciting and innovative work in the food movement today is being done by people under the age of twenty-five. University students are changing the food served in their cafeterias, and...
Nov. 1, 2007
The University Of California at Berkeley’s online library has curated a rather amazing and comprehensive list of movies about food. Not the fluffy fiction stuff ("Babette’s Feast," “Like Water...