Tag Archives: Slow food

Shake your Snail Feather: farm linked menus reaching new audiences with SFNYC

We’re excited to announce we have partnered with Slow Food New York City to help showcase the sourcing of their Snail of Approval Winning Restaurants. The Snail of Approval is awarded to food or beverage providers that serve the NYC community … Continue reading

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The Food Cyclist: Exploring Our Nation’s Farms on Two Wheels

“There’s a saying that if you want to go places, you fly in a plane; If you want to see things, you drive in a car; If you want to experience life, you ride a bike; If you want to … Continue reading

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One of the Hardest Days – “Castration Day” on the Farm

Today we’re welcoming guest blogger Andrew Gilmer, a part-time volunteer for Slow Food South Texas.  He likes knowing where his food comes from and how it was raised.  He started visiting farms in an attempt to become more educated and see … Continue reading

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AtlantaFresh, Keepin’ It Fresh

When the locavore movement got underway, people told Ron Marks he was crazy to think that the same concepts and quality could be applied to cultured dairy. Well, with about 1000 cases of handmade all natural yogurt sold every week, … Continue reading

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Slow-Food Fast-Food

Since grassroots organization Slow Food was founded 21 years ago, “slow food” has been coined as a term that describes good food that is sourced with consideration and carefully prepared with respect for the ingredients and the final product. As … Continue reading

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