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Local Welsh Groups teaming up to help grow Slow Food in Wales!

Local Welsh Groups teaming up to help grow Slow Food in Wales!

As for many things in life, it is often when working together that we make our message and actions stronger. And from what we can see so far, it is a lesson that our local Welsh groups have understood and learnt! The 4 groups gathered to launch Slow Food Cymru/Wales at the Royal Welsh Show

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Green back in schools with Slow Food London

Green back in schools with Slow Food London

Slow Food London has been busy as ever in its schools programs, and following on from installing sensory herb gardens in schools for autistic young people last year, is this year busily preparing the ground for the installation of community orchards into school grounds. One successful example of these programs is the sensory garden planted

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Cooking Demo at the Edinburgh’s Farmers Market

Cooking Demo at the Edinburgh’s Farmers Market

On Saturday 1rst of February, our Slow Foodies in Scotland challenged the cold weather to organize a successful cooking demo at the Farmer’s market in Edinburgh. It was Hebridian lamb on the menu, cooked to perfection by Chris Thompson from The Pantry in Stockbridge. Hebridian lamb comes from Hebridian sheep, a rare breed that is

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Cookery classes with Slow Food on Campus Exeter

Cookery classes with Slow Food on Campus Exeter

Slow Food on Campus Exeter have been holding a series of cooking classes with funding help from their Student Green Unit. One of the last Monday’s session saw them embracing the ‘Meat-Free Monday’ campaign, giving a short talk followed by a Mushroom Risotto with Root Vegetable Crisps cooking demo. With ingredients sourced from local producers, the event

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Slow Food on Campus Portsmouth is proud to present the Disco Soup!

Slow Food on Campus Portsmouth is proud to present the Disco Soup!

They’ve only just become an official society at their university and already they’ve won a competition, hosted a number of successful events and recruited over 100 members. Inspiration or what? We thought we’d share their story so far…
To kick start the new year, SFOC Portsmouth organised a Come Dine With Me event, mixing good company

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Slow Food in Brussels to discuss animal welfare with the European Commission

Piero Sardo, President of the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity, is travelling to Brussels to talk at the conference on the “Main achievements of the EU strategy for the welfare of animals 2012-2015” to be held at the Charlemagne Building of the European Commission on February 12 from 9:30 am to 1 pm. The European

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Winner of the Slow Food on Campus Recipe Competition Announced!

Winner of the Slow Food on Campus Recipe Competition Announced!

At the end of last year, our Slow Food on Campus programme ran a competition with our partner Grana Padano, to see which student could come up with the best recipe using the world famous artisan cheese. The recipes are in and the judges were really impressed with the high standard of creativity amongst

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Slow Food UK collaborates with Mikron Theatre Company

Slow Food UK collaborates with Mikron Theatre Company Slow Food UK collaborates with Mikron Theatre Company: "Harvey now has a choice. He can make an inferior product, or he can source the very best ingredients and make the finest ice-cream in the world."

Slow Food UK is happy to collaborate and support the travelling theatre company Mikron. After a successful collaboration with Friends of the Earth last year and a play named “Hives, Honey, Homicide”, which raised awareness about our current bee and pollination crisis, this year’s play ‘Till the Cows come Home’  sees a young man Harvey

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Welcoming our new Forgotten Food – Colwick Cheese

Welcoming our new Forgotten Food - Colwick Cheese The fastest man in the world eats slow: Usain Bolt likes new Forgotten Food; Colwick Cheese. A wonderful cheese hailing from Nottinghamshire.

Slow Food is proud to announce the 72nd Forgotten Food; Colwick Cheese. This wonderful product hails from the town of Colwick in Nottinghamshire, with the cheese thought to have been created 1660. Traditionally made with raw milk, this cheese is similar in texture to cream cheese but with a slightly more sour taste.

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Slow Seasons Greetings

Slow Seasons Greetings The Team at Slow Food UK wishes our entire network a wonderful festive season!

Slow down your Christmas and tell us about your Christmas eve’s dinner. What do you put on the table? Tell us your stories and send us your photos!
Please note that our office will be closed from Friday the 20th December until Wednesday the 1st and we will be back to promote good, clean and fair

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