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CHEF ALLIANCE LAUNCHES THIS APRIL IN WALES AND THE WEST COUNTRY

Seasonal and local, fresh and fantastic, this was a lunch fit for chefs.  Celebrating Forgotten Foods, Slow Food UK’s Chef Alliance launched on 23 April in Wales and the West Country.  Hosted by Slow Food UK CEO, Catherine Gazzoli, Scott Dickson from Highland Park single malt whisky and James Sommerin, Chef/Owner […]

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A NOTE FROM CHEF GARETH JOHNS, SLOW FOOD WALES

We continue, in our small way to spread the Slow Food gospel here in Wales, a recent Chutney and Marmalade workshop was held at Porth Farm, Caersws, by the indefatigable Lavinia Vaughan, which was very well received by the participants, and looks set to become an annual event.
We held a joint dinner with Coleg Powys, […]

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SLOW FOOD UK PRESENTS AT GEFILTEFEST

‘Embracing all things Jewish and foody’, Gefiltefest took place on 20 May at the London Jewish Cultural Centre (LJCC) with support from the Jewish Community Centre for London  and the LJCC.  This high-energy, all-day festival full of foodie sights, sounds, smells and tastes was organised by […]

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FOOD ARTIST CAROLINE HOBKINSON CELEBRATES SLOW FOOD WEEK AT RIVINGTON GRILL, SHOREDITCH

Tuesday June 19 at 6.15 -7.30 Food artist Caroline Hobkinson will be bringing “2062”, a spectacle of the feast in performance and social commentary, to Rivington Grill, Shoreditch, on Tuesday June 19, as part of Slow Food Week.
In collaboration with Rivington’s Head Chef, Simon Wadham, she will help us to make sense of our world […]

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SLOW FOOD UK SPINS FORGOTTEN FOODS AT ‘50 BEST’

1 May 2012.  At last night’s World’s 50 Best Restaurants event, the newly created ‘Forgotten Foods Roulette Wheel’, created by Slow Food UK, was given a spin for the first time ever, with support from leading sustainable coffee brand, Lavazza ¡Tierra!
The distinctive wheel was placed at the centre of the reception, at Guildhall […]

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BBC Food Blog Feature on Ark of Taste and Real Cheddar

Slow Food’s mission to champion good, real foods is perfectly exemplified in Ark of Taste artisanal products like Somerset Cheddar. Recognition of the superior taste and quality of cheddar made in smaller batches and in more traditional methods is , as evidenced by this BBC Food Blog feature.
Read more about how cheddar making has […]

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NON-STOP SLOW FOOD ON CAMPUS AT EXETER UNIVERSITY

The Exeter University Slow Food on Campus group has been the home of a number of great events as of late.  To kick the February blues, a dinner was held in coordination with the Green Society in celebration of Green Week to encourage the idea of ‘meat-free Mondays’. The event sold out well in […]

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TREALY FARMS BECOMES SLOW FOOD UK SUPPORTER

We are pleased to announce the newest addition to our Supporters’ Scheme —Trealy Farms.  Only in operation since 2004, James Swift and his partners have already racked up an incredible portfolio of awards, including the BBC Food & Farming Awards: British Food Producer Of The Year and the Local Food Heroes Awards: Wales Winner […]

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HIGHLAND PARK WHISKY AND SLOW FOOD TEAM UP FOR THE CHEF ALLIANCE EDINBURGH LAUNCH

In partnership with Highland Park Whisky, the Slow Food UK Chef Alliance launch in Edinburgh on 6 February, 2012 was a resounding success.  The high turnout at the event – upwards of 20 chefs – demonstrates the Scottish commitment to the Slow Food ethos.  Amongst them were Tony Borthwick of the Plumed […]

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