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Happy Holidays!

To All of our members and friends! We want to wish you and your family and friends a wonderfully slow holiday to enjoy.  May the New Year bring us together to break bread, drink wine & beer, and share moments … Continue reading »

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The Pleasures of Slow Food

Alex Mulcahy of Grid Magazine, one of our Terra Madre delegates, recently published this piece on his experience at Terra Madre and Salone del Gusto in the December 2010 issue.

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Nose to Tail Back to Belly

WHYY did a piece with Marilyn Anthony of PASA and High View Farm owners Linda Geren and Michael McKay on the topic of humanely raising animals and getting the most out of the less popular cuts of meat. » Click … Continue reading »

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Salone del Gusto & Terra Madre 2010

The Slow Food International founder and president Carlo Petrini has a very exacting definition of globalization. It’s not using Romanian milk to make Italian cheese. His firm retort to anyone who calls that globalization: “tutte balle” (all lies)! His food-focused … Continue reading »

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“Dig In” Event Recap in The Triangle

Drexel University’s Student Newspaper, The Triangle, published a great review of our October 3rd “Dig In” event. Click below to read the article! » Vendors foster fresh, organic foods – The Triangle

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Study of Public Gardens, Home Food Gardening

Have you ever visited a public garden that has cooking classes or display vegetable gardens? Help public gardens to improve their offerings on the topic of food gardening by taking this survey. If completed, you can be entered into a … Continue reading »

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Welcome to the new

Welcome and thanks for taking a moment to catch up. We have sent out a couple of newsletters so far, but we understand that some of you may not have gotten them and we think we have worked out the … Continue reading »

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