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  • Jimmy Nardello: Interesting Man, Interesting Pepper

    Local Slow Food Portland Chapter Member Cristin Couzens recently discovered the Jimmy Nardello Pepper from Slow Food USA’s Ark of Taste. In this guest post, she recounts her chile history, along with the chile’s own story. For more of her vegetable musings, you can visit […]

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  • Labor Day Picnic

    By SF Portland Steering Committee Member, Ricky Haas It never rained on Labor Day, but it never got too hot either; the sun seemed to be playing hide-and-go-seek all day. All in all, I think, we had a nice late-Summer afternoon. As Portlanders, we seem […]

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  • Local Lunch Voices – Portland Public Schools

    For Slow Food Portland’s upcoming Labor Day Picnic with the Time-Based Art Festival, we’re lucky enough to not only be partnering with the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, but also with a collection of excellent Portland-based school lunch advocates. These groups are already working on-the-ground […]

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  • The Right Price for Food

    In last week’s Oregonian FOODday section, writer Leslie Cole ran an even-handed article entitled, “Which price is right?” The piece ran a simple price comparison between the same set of groceries purchased from a farmer’s market, through a CSA, at the progressive Portland-area grocer New […]

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