COP26: put food on the stage

COP26: put food on the stage

Slow Food Climate Action starts on June 26th with a 24h online conference  to tell the world that the food system must be at the centre of the debate.

Slow Food HQ – June 10th – The climate crisis is in the news. Its devastating effects are now regarded as an emergency to which responses can no longer […]

Slow Garden Chronicle:  Gooseberries

Slow Garden Chronicle: Gooseberries

Gooseberries are an excellent fruit to grow because they help fill a gap in the fruiting year.   By May we are no longer quite as excited by rhubarb, the apples are getting floury and we’ve eaten a freezer full of frozen berries.  In a warm year our gooseberries usually come along at the very end […]

Keeping food traditions alive, one pissaladière at a time

Keeping food traditions alive, one pissaladière at a time

In 2018, three of my French grand-parents passed away in the course of just a few weeks. I felt overwhelmed by this very strange course of events, not knowing how I could best pay tribute to them. The answer came a few months later when I decided to start a little family project: capture and […]

Want to blog for us?

Want to blog for us?

Calling all budding writers!

Part of our change in movement is about grassroots empowerment – the general Slow Food pages reflect our on-going policies and campaigns, and we want the blog to be a snapshot of our members activities and interests.

You could blog about something you do in your professional life, or a private passion. We will take one off […]

Bacon - an experiment in home curing

Bacon – an experiment in home curing

‘Fortune favours the brave.’ – My Greek of the week, Pliny the Elder

Welcome to a Better Way to Eat

In these unprecedented times Slow Food is still supporting Good, Clean & Fair food for all. Whether you are a consumer looking for good food, or a producer looking for support, we are here with you.

Slow Food is…