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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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Slow Fish Manifesto

Slow Fish Manifesto Slow Fish is aiming to bring some clarity to the issues surrounding fish and fishing. Though we don't claim to have all the answers, the movement is committed to finding them! In an environment where it is increasingly difficult to know what you're eating and to consume responsibly, Slow Food asks that you think and engage with your food. Be inspired...

Fishing for a Slow Fish Manifesto
Written by John Wedgwood Clarke, creative writing lecturer at The University of Hull
1. Savour and sustain: each mouthful of story and flavour, tasted to its source, helps the life of the harbour continue.
2. No fish is worthless, only the system that casts it aside.
3. The technical experts don’t work in […]

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Please welcome our new Forgotten Foods!

Please welcome our new Forgotten Foods! Thanks to the strong support of our wonderful network we can continue our crucial work on saving Britain’s edible biodiversity. Please welcome our brand new addition to our Forgotten Foods programme - Walthamstow Yellow Cress and Norfolk Grey Chicken.

Walthamstow Yellow Cress: A variety of cress native to the East End of London. This variety was discovered in the 1970s growing wildly in an East London reservoir. It has it’s origins in Northern Scandinavia […]

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Discovering Forgotten Foods

Discovering Forgotten Foods Slow Food UK is working hard to raise awareness for our British Food heritage and with the help of our fantastic Chef Alliance chefs, we are forging new and building upon existing relationships with local producers.

Chefs provide a major platform for these wonderful products through their restaurants and you can take your taste buds on a discovery to try out Forgotten Foods menus throughout the UK. Eat It – Don’t Lose It. 
At Sartoria in London, you will find German-born chef Lukas Pfaff conjure up a delight of Morecambe Bay […]

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New Slow Food On Campus group launched at UWL

New Slow Food On Campus group launched at UWL On November 25th we launched the first Slow Food On Campus event at the University of West London. Chef Alliance member Alessandro Grano performed a Cheese and Meat demonstration using a selection of Forgotten Foods products.

Last Monday 25 November, the University of West London hosted a Slow Food On Campus Forgotten Foods demonstration with Chef Alliance member Alessandro Grano from Androuet.
The event brought together Slow Food UK’s Campus, Forgotten Foods and Chef Alliance programmes while also being the launch event for the newly established UWL […]

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Celebrate Terra Madre Day 2013

Celebrate Terra Madre Day 2013 Terra Madre Day is a worldwide celebration of local food that is held every year on 10th December. The first meeting of Terra Madre food communities was held in 2004 in Italy and brought together 5,000 producers from 130 countries.

Every year Terra Madre Day is the way that Slow Food communicates its philosophy of good, clean and fair food to the world, but also the way that Slow Food shares the important messages about local food tradition, biological diversity and taste.
This year we would like to dedicate the Terra Madre Day to the ...

Slow Food On Campus Launch at The University of West London

Slow Food On Campus Launch at The University of West London Chef Alliance Member Alessandro Grano teaches students about Forgotten Foods breeds and cheese.

Slow Food on Campus is delighted to announce this year’s University of West London launch event. On November 25, Chef Alliance member Alessandro Grano will deliver a a Forgotten Foods Demonstration to the UWL campus students on English rare breeds as well as on the versatility of cheese in different dishes.
Originally from Puglia, Alessandro’s passion for food […]

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Just a Tuesday evening in Liverpool…

Just a Tuesday evening in Liverpool... Rather than watching the Great British Bake Off, the SF Liverpool group got together on a Tuesday evening in September for some convivial chat and to hear all about local, Liverpool Gin. A perfect Slow Food evening!

Tuesday evening and there’s a choice between watching the Great British Bake Off or the prospect of some convivial chat with the Slow Food Liverpool group, meeting at the Belvedere pub in Sugnall St, Liverpool L7.
Just off Falkner St in the heart of the Georgian Quarter, there is the lovely Belvedere pub, serving local craft […]

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