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Forgotten Foods Recipe Bank

Forgotten Foods Recipe Bank Share the excitement and join us in bringing back Forgotten Foods: Eat It - Don't Lose It. We are launching a unique Forgotten Foods Recipe Bank with recipes from our Chef Alliance chefs, celebrating our amazing Forgotten Food Producers!

We are celebrating our Chef Alliance’s 100th member. To mark this milestone we have built a unique Forgotten Food Recipe Bank with over 40 delicious recipes created by our brilliant chefs. We thank all our fantastic chefs and great producers who got involved in creating these recipes. This is your chance to help us save Britain’s edible biodiversity […]

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Slow Food UK’s Chef Alliance celebrates 100 members

Slow Food UK's Chef Alliance celebrates 100 members With 40 years of experience, chef legend Pierre Koffmann joins the Slow Food UK Chef Alliance. The growth of the Chef Alliance to 100 member as special occasion also sees the lauch of our first Forgotten Foods Recipe Bank with 40 recipes from our Chefs! Celebrate with us and cook delicious Forgotten Foods!

Only two years on from its launch, Slow Food UK is celebrating 100 members of the Chef Alliance. This week the Alliance welcomed the legendary Pierre Koffmann as 100th member to join 99 other leading lights of the culinary world who have all pledged their support to actively champion and support the aims of Slow Food […]

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Slow Cheese 2013

Slow Cheese 2013 Stefanie Metcalf, group leader of our local Slow Food Devon group, wrote a lovely blog piece about her experience at Slow Cheese 2013 in Bra, Italy.

The biennial event is a festival, a feast and a celebration. Stalls line the streets of the small town of Bra where at every turn there are producer stands, tastings, inspiring talks and discussions accompanied by regional street foods, a fine selection of local wines and even international beer tents. In true Italian style this […]

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Aylsham Food Festival

Aylsham Food Festival From breakfast to dinner, from workshops to demonstrations to musical entertainment and markets, this year's Aylsham Food Festival, organised by Slow Food Aylsham, had everything for those who enjoy their food with a light-hearted touch!

Taking full advantage of the impressive Mobile Cooking Academy, on loan from Festival sponsors AEG and temporarily sited at Blickling Hall, the weekend got off to a flying start with a series of workshops for groups of young children from local primary schools.

The Festival Gala Dinner occupied its traditional Friday evening slot when over 100 […]

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Best of the West celebration with Slow Food supporter Loch Fyne

Best of the West celebration with Slow Food supporter Loch Fyne

The family-friendly Best of the West Festival celebrated the best in food, drink, craft, music and entertainments from the West of Scotland.
While visitors were being entertained food and drink featured strongly with the Best of the West Whiskies, pitting all 22 West Coast Distillers against each other in a light-hearted ‘people’s tasting’.  Loch Fyne […]

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‘Slow’ Meat Quiz

'Slow' Meat Quiz It's never too soon to start organising your Christmas dinner... Slow down and enjoy your Christmas while supporting good, clean and fair food! All participants receive a recipe from Michelin star chef Tom Kitchin and can win Mark Hix' Oyster and Chop House cook book, too.

Win an organic heritage turkey, an organic lamb box, a leg of Forgotten Food Manx Loaghtan lamb, a half leg of mutton, a free range beef taster box or a selection of charcuterie that our supporters have kindly donated for you.
Brush up on your meat knowledge to answer the following questions correctly, and send an […]

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Cook your own Forgotten Food – Huntingdon Fidget Pie

Cook your own Forgotten Food - Huntingdon Fidget Pie When a name as great  as ‘Huntingdon Fidget pie’ gets mentioned it is hard not to get excited, even though you might not even have an idea what it is or where it comes from.

A quick internet search and I soon learned that this pie hails from the town of Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire, which is well known as the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell, the home of the notorious Earl of Sandwich but not, it would seem, for the Huntingdon Fidget pie.
The Fidget pie is to the Midlands what pasties […]

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SFUK Annual General Meeting 2013

SFUK Annual General Meeting 2013 Lets work together to develop the future of our organisation and continue to drive change in the food system for the greater good. We have already come a long way with your help and we greatly appreciate the support of our network.

Our Slow Food UK Annual General Meeting took place on Saturday, October 19th at the Italian Cultural Institute in London. The meeting was joined by our board members, a big delegation from Slow Food Edinburgh and by Paolo di Croce from Slow Food International. In this meeting, we all shared our point of views and ideas on […]

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Win a copy of Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking

Win a copy of Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking The prize draw is now closed - thank you for participating! We will contact the winner via email by 20th September, 2013.

Subscribe to our newsletter in the form below and you will be entered to win a copy of ‘Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking’ by Gianaclis Caldwell.
This book is an excellent guide for beginner or home-scale cheese making, with loads of useful tips & tricks. You can find more information about the book here: http://www.green-shopping.co.uk/mastering-artisan-cheesemaking.html
 
Prize draw closed at 12pm […]

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An Edible Adventure

An Edible Adventure

On Friday 5th July, Slow Food UK joined the Booker Hill School for a day of food and fun with the Slow Food Kids Taste Adventure as part of the Healthy Eating Project. The beautiful sunshine lent itself to a positive day where 31 kids experienced each of the five interactive Sense Zones. A team […]

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