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Terra Madre 2010

11/02/10 | by slowfoodsf | Uncategorized

By Laura O’Donohue The opening ceremony was a mark of the huge diversity represented at Terra Madre, and also a reminder that many cultures and their languages are in danger of disappearing and need a voice. The ceremony gave the over 6,000 participants a chance to hear from delegates whose languages are seldom heard and [...]

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Terra Madre Update- And Check Back for More!

10/18/10 | by slowfoodsf | Uncategorized

Slow Food South Bay Vice Chair and delegate to Terra Madre, Peg Champion, is a communications pro. She’ll be blogging and tweeting from the conference, so read her posts at http://web.me.com/championorganic, or on the Slow Food San Francisco Blog. You can also follow her on at Twitter.com/ChampionOrganic.

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Chocolate Covered Affliction

03/31/10 | by slowfoodsf | Uncategorized

One of my favorite things about Passover is the wonderfully strange tradition of chocolate covered matzah. How long can someone be expected to endure the bread of affliction without a little chocolate to make the process more bearable? I may be a little liberal on my thinking about Passover dietary restrictions, but I think the [...]

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Native Food and Wine

12/01/09 | by slowfoodsf | Uncategorized

Slow Food member Amber Share wrote to pass on information about the exciting organization Native Food and Wine. The group just explored the wide world of Agricultural Shows, specifically the 160 year old Pastoral and Agricultural Show in the Bay of Islands. Their post will take you around the world to explore what local producers [...]

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