Wines that Change the World: great wines and sustainability at Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre, Turin (Italy) October 2012

    For the first time, Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre merge to create a single event that will be held on October 25-29, 2012 in Turin, Italy. The biennial event organized by Slow Food, the City of Turin and the Region of Piedmont in collaboration with the Italian Ministry for Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies, will display the extraordinary diversity of … Continue reading

A Walk Around Cheese: Italy, Piedmont, from September 16 to 19, 2011

  Cheese is back in Bra, Piedmont, Italy from September 16 to 19, 2011. The international biennial event organized by the City of Bra and Slow Food is now in its eighth edition. Cheese unfolds around the streets of Bra’s historic center, and the open-air stalls, food kiosks, live entertainment and opportunities for tasting and … Continue reading

The Presidia and Food Communities at Slow Fish 2011 – Genoa (Italy) from May 27 to 30

The Slow Food Presidia and Terra Madre food communities will make a special contribution to Slow Fish 2011, bringing the public’s attention to biodiversity-preservation projects that help protect a particular aquatic species or preserve a traditional fish processing technique. Fishers and producers from Chile, Mauritania, Norway and the Netherlands will be representing the international Presidia … Continue reading

Fishermen’s Stories at Slow Fish, Genoa (Italy) from May 27th to 30th

Slow Fish is back at the Genoa Fiera (Italy) from May 27th to 30th, the fifth biannual international event dedicated to the world of fish and marine ecosystems. Debates, meetings, workshops and tastings will focus on issues linked to sustainable fishing and responsible seafood consumption.  The Fish Tales – Granaries of Memory are offering small groups of no more than 30 a … Continue reading

Slow Fish 2011: The Protagonists and Their Stories

Slow Fish is back at the Genoa Fiera (Italy) from May 27 to 30, the fifth biannual international event dedicated to the world of fish and marine ecosystems. Debates, meetings, workshops and tastings will focus on issues linked to sustainable fishing and responsible seafood consumption.  Serving the Sea Fusion Without Confusion: The Art of Mehmet Gürs The top floor of … Continue reading

Fun with fish: Learn directly from fishers and cooks

Photo: Archive Slow Food Slow Fish is back at the Genoa Fiera (Italy) from May 27 to 30, the fifth biannual international event dedicated to the world of fish and marine ecosystems. Debates, meetings, workshops and tastings will focus on issues linked to sustainable fishing and responsible seafood consumption.     In the Slow Food Education space within … Continue reading

Top 10 Culinary Guides

Hungary CAROLYN BANFALVI Author of the definitive “Food Wine Budapest,” Carolyn specializes in arranging individual tours of Budapest’s markets and restaurants which includes cooking a meal with the purchased ingredients She also takes people on gastronomic tours of the Tokaj wine region, with the next scheduled one being on October 9 to coincide with the … Continue reading

10th of December – Terra Madre Day

On Terra Madre Day 2010 this December 10, the 700 events organized so far will put local food at centre stage. In the second edition of the event, more than one hundred countries will bring together local Slow Food networks of farmers, producers, schools, cooks, and members in creative events to celebrate local food, with many … Continue reading

Grom – the best ice-cream in the world?

It must be special, the Grom ice-cream, which everyone who tasted it describes as the best ice-cream of the world. When Sarah Jessica Parker was talking about her visit of Florence the first thing which came into her mind were not the artistical treasures of Florence but the Grom ice-cream: What’s so special about this … Continue reading

The Taste of Knowledge

Slow Food Educates … Food and Places! “Slow Food Educates” area at the entrance of Pavilion 5, proposes a series of interactive workshops for children and adults playfully exploring the relationship between food and places and the central role that co-producers (i.e. informed and aware consumers) can play through their daily choices. The workshops are … Continue reading