Let’s Not Eat Up Our Planet
In a few days, governments from around the world will be meeting in Paris to talk about climate change. After more than 20 years of failed debate, mediation and forums, the Paris conference (COP21) will attempt to broker a binding, universal agreement for the first time.
Borough Market Partnership
Traders selling grain, vegetables and livestock came to London Bridge as far back as the 11th century. The market then relocated to what is now known as Borough High Street in the 13th century, and a food market has existed here ever since. In more recent times Borough Market has become renowned in London and around the world […]
Kitchen Notes from a Beekeeper’s Wife
My husband, the beekeeper, likes to point out that not only is honey an ancient Slow Food, it is also the original luxury product. We have rather a lot of it in our kitchen: a quick assay of the cupboard yielded 26 different raw honeys. That’s a lot of luxury: From the uncomplicated liquid gold of Italian […]
Wild Scottish Juniper
Wild Scottish Juniper is the first product to be placed in the Ark of Taste by Slow Food Scotland