Fall armyworm: too late to avert disaster?

FALL ARMYWORM: TOO LATE TO AVERT DISASTER?

The Fall armyworm, so called because it migrates into North America from warmer climes in the autumn , is causing major damage to crops...

France Says “Non” to Land Grabbing

FRANCE SAYS “NON” TO LAND GRABBING

Senate passes law blocking land speculation There is no question that the French are conscious of their heritage, and well aware of...

 
 
 
Slow Fish Caribbean: A New Project to Protect the Region's Biodiversity

SLOW FISH CARIBBEAN: A NEW PROJECT TO PROTECT THE REGION'S BIODIVERSITY

Beautiful and rich in biodiversity, coral reefs are also fragile ecosystems that are under increasing threat from human activities...

Africa comes to Burkina Faso for Terra Madre

AFRICA COMES TO BURKINA FASO FOR TERRA MADRE

“Terra Madre Burkina Faso has brought joy to the hearts of the Burkinabés,” said Yacouba Sawadogo, the Burkinabé farmer better known...

 
 
 
When Rural Reconstruction Meets Slow Food

WHEN RURAL RECONSTRUCTION MEETS SLOW FOOD

When China embarked upon its process of modernization in 1910, and the industrialization and urbanization of the country began, rural...

A Virtuous Cycle: Slow Food's Ark of Taste Helps New Farms Thrive and in Return, Farmers Promote the Ark

A VIRTUOUS CYCLE: SLOW FOOD'S ARK OF TASTE HELPS NEW FARMS THRIVE AND IN RETURN, FARMERS PROMOTE THE ARK

Slow Food correspondent Kim Bayer explores relationships that are helping farmers who are passionate about history and taste find success,...

 
 
 
Love the Earth, Defend the Future - You Did It!

LOVE THE EARTH, DEFEND THE FUTURE - YOU DID IT!

Five hundred people from 50 countries answered the call, donating 40,000 Euros. Thanks to you, our donors and members, we were able...

Report: Slow Food and the Indigenous Peoples' Forum at IFAD, Rome, February 10-13

REPORT: SLOW FOOD AND THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' FORUM AT IFAD, ROME, FEBRUARY 10-13

The Third Global Meeting of the Indigenous Peoples' Forum at IFAD, in Rome, closed successfully with a strengthening of the partnership...

 
 
 
Pangasius: why is it being farmed intensively along the rivers of Southeast Asia?

PANGASIUS: WHY IS IT BEING FARMED INTENSIVELY ALONG THE RIVERS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA?

Sometimes they come back. Or maybe they weren't gone in the first place. This is the case with the pangasius catfish, which is being...

Slow Food at the Third Global Meeting of the Indigenous Peoples' Forum at IFAD

SLOW FOOD AT THE THIRD GLOBAL MEETING OF THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' FORUM AT IFAD

Today marks the the opening day of the third Global Meeting of the Indigenous Peoples' Forum at IFAD . The Forum will take place in...

 
 
 
Chlorinated chicken and other marvels of modern American farming coming to the UK?

CHLORINATED CHICKEN AND OTHER MARVELS OF MODERN AMERICAN FARMING COMING TO THE UK?

New bilateral trade agreements between the UK and the USA could see the former being forced to lift restrictions on food imports from...

Slow Food rememebers Predrag Matvejevic

SLOW FOOD REMEMEBERS PREDRAG MATVEJEVIC

The writer Pedrag Matvejević died yesterday in Zagreb, Croatia, aged 84. He lived for many years in Italy, where he had been professor...

 
 
 
Saving the flavors of centuries: against Flavr Savr and the genetic engineering of taste

SAVING THE FLAVORS OF CENTURIES: AGAINST FLAVR SAVR AND THE GENETIC ENGINEERING OF TASTE

Several years ago, in its “Retro Report” section, the New York Times posted an old video about the genetically modified Flavr Savr...

FIRST OFFICAL SLOW FOOD CONFERENCE IN IRAN

Slow Food holds its first official conference titled “First International Gastronomic Tourism & Slow Food” today, January 30th 2017,...

 
 
 
Cameras to be introduced in French slaughterhouses

CAMERAS TO BE INTRODUCED IN FRENCH SLAUGHTERHOUSES

As Paul McCartney, long-time champion of vegetarianism, once said, “If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be a vegetarian.”...

Food Must Be Fair - For Everyone Who Works With It

FOOD MUST BE FAIR - FOR EVERYONE WHO WORKS WITH IT

The Slow Food movement fights for a good, clean and fair food system-that's our core message, the flag we've been flying for over 30...

 
 
 
Forget the 1% - now just eight men own as much as half the world. Where are we headed?

FORGET THE 1% - NOW JUST EIGHT MEN OWN AS MUCH AS HALF THE WORLD. WHERE ARE WE HEADED?

According to Oxfam's latest report , “just eight men own the same wealth as half the world”. Since the days of Occupy Wall Street we...

Country of origin labeling: France at the finishing line, Italy still on the starting blocks

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN LABELING: FRANCE AT THE FINISHING LINE, ITALY STILL ON THE STARTING BLOCKS

Origin of milk and meat appearing on labels in France from January 2017 A new law came into force in France on the first day of the...

 
 
 
Honey: liquid or crystallized, what does it matter?

HONEY: LIQUID OR CRYSTALLIZED, WHAT DOES IT MATTER?

When bees produce honey, they start with a diluted solution and concentrate it, to make it last longer. They store it in the honeycombs...

Roundup: the world's best selling herbicide, and its effect on your liver

ROUNDUP: THE WORLD'S BEST SELLING HERBICIDE, AND ITS EFFECT ON YOUR LIVER

The website for Roundup weedkiller proudly boasts that it is “the world's best selling herbicide, used in gardens everywhere”. It was...

 
 
 



Cocktail Guide: El Presidente

El Presidente 50ml of Havana Club Añejo 7 Años25ml of white French vermouth15ml of curação triple secSpoonful of GrenadineOrange Rind Twist Stir over ice, 50ml of Havana Club... Read more ...

Montana House committee OKs raw milk bill by 12-11 vote

A bill that would allow the sale of unpasteurized raw milk in Montana is scheduled for a second reading before the state's full House of Representatives today after earning... Read more ...

One Pot Spanish Rice

This One Pot Spanish Rice from Food Lovin' Family is the easiest one pot rice recipes you can make! Throw a few ingredients in a bowl, put it in the oven and boom, a fiesta in... Read more ...

Meet Michael Schlow

Eataly Magazine recently sat down with Michael Schlow, one of the most influential and respected chefs and restaurateurs in America today. Starting as a dishwasher at age 14... Read more ...

What's in Our Glass this February?

One of the most fun things about wandering through Eataly's marketplace is getting to see and hear our team of experts sharing their passion with every one who walks through... Read more ...

A Vodka Of Its Own: Dry Town

The story of Dry Town cannot be told without recognizing the unique history of Fort Collins, Colorado and their citizens. From 1896-1969 Fort Collins was a dry county where... Read more ...

Grasshopper Brownies

These Grasshopper Brownies from Dinner, Dishes, and Desserts are a dessert that every body will love! Rich, fudgy brownies are topped with a minty buttercream frosting and... Read more ...

One Year Later, Canada's Syrian Refugee Welcoming Committee is Cooking Up a...

Food When the Canadian government accepted 25,000 refugees into the country, community groups paired arriving families with domestic hosts to show them the ropes. Here's how... Read more ...

Chef's Cooking Class / Mar 25

Chef's Cooking Class / Italy in Spring / Saturday / March 25, 2017 / 2:00pm Are you ready for Spring?? I know we are! Chef Chris invites you to join him in the kitchen for a... Read more ...

Seeing Red Chef's Dinner / Feb 17

Seeing Red Chef's Dinner / Friday / February 17, 2017 / 6:30pm We're “Seeing Red” at our next Chef's Dinner - Red Wine, that is! Join Chef Chris Franz & Sommelier Maria Papp... Read more ...