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slow food

n
(Cookery) food that has been prepared with care, using high-quality local and seasonal ingredients
[C20: by analogy with fast food]
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Aside from initiating food fairs and public-private partnership, the government is also trying to ride on the slow food movement which seeks to preserve traditional cooking and promote native ingredients found in a specific destination.
Rome -- Slow Food and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) are organizing a study tour this week in northwest Italy for a group of Syrian small-scale women farmers.
Slow Food International, an Italy-based organization seeking to preserve traditional foods worldwide, has set its sights on the 'mountain food' produced in two Cordillera provinces, with hopes of keeping them on dinner tables for future generations to enjoy.
Slow Food Charlestonis set to host an oyster roasted curated by The Darling Oyster Barfrom 6 to 9 p.m.
PHOTO | RACHEL KIBUI | NATION MEDIA GROUP160 COUNTRIESThe conference brought together thousands of people from 160 countries across the world, with discussions revolving around safe food access.The event is the brainchild of Slow Food International, a non-governmental organisation that promotes food that is good, clean and fair.
As an advocate of the Slow Food movement in the country, I was excited in that I knew these were two rare finds that could raise up to the Ark of Taste list.
SLOW food enthusiasts enjoyed a whirlwind tour of Wales to learn more about the country's food and drink.
The Ark of Taste was created by Slow Food to catalogue the existence of endangered foods and associated food culture lest they are lost or forgotten forever.
Calling slow food everything fast food isn't may sound a tad "strong." Instead, slow food advocate Chit Juan, one of the founding members of Slow Food Manila, defines it as "food the way nature intended it to be," meaning not too overly processed and devoid of any traces of questionable and even harmful chemicals, additives, growth hormones, and pesticides.
Slow Food International, another lobby with offices in Nakuru and Kampala, claimed the introduction of GM varieties compromises local control of the food system.
Dukes Dubai has been awarded Slow Food Dubai's Snail of Approval.