Slow Food International will bring Slow Food Nations, a Terra Madre-style festival, to Denver next summer. By doing so, the organization declares the Mile High City’s future and on-going impact on the food world.
Bill introduced by Italy’s MP Susanna Cenni to protect Italian biodiversity passed by the Chamber of Deputies in November 2015.
Slow Food founder Carlo Petrini responds – eat less meat – to the WHO study that makes a correlation between red and processed meat consumption and some forms of cancer.
Southern Provisions suggests the southern food we eat today tastes almost nothing like the dishes our ancestors enjoyed because the varied crops and livestock that originally defined this cuisine have largely disappeared.
Food & Wine magazine wants you to use the hashtag #FOODWINEWOMEN on Twitter (@foodandwine) to nominate the women in food!
With farm-to-table restaurants booming in popularity, farms themselves are now getting in on the act, offering meals to diners craving super-fresh cuisine that’s often raised on site.