Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2008’

  • Wild Holidays

    This morning in the New York Times, author Andrew Beahrs contributed an op-ed piece on the vanishing place of wild foods on the American holiday table. Invoking Mark Twain and the original pilgrims, he recounts the local diversity that once graced our meals and the […]

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  • Adding chairs to the table

    The panelists involved in last night’s inaugural food labor event offered us sobering perspectives on agricultural workers, as well as hopeful and heartfelt encouragement to continue advocating about these issues. Food labor is an issue that should be important to all eaters, but it is […]

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  • Food deserts

    As we get ready to launch our series of events on fair food labor, it is important to remember the other aspect of the “fair” commitment in Slow Food’s mission: fair access to food. On Sunday, The Oregonian devoted an article to the disparities between […]

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