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  • Cuisine as a World Heritage?

    The New York Times reported yesterday that France has been staging a bid for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to recognize French cuisine as a world cultural landmark. This effort raises a lot of interesting questions about where food fits into […]

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  • Slow Food Nation

    We came, we saw, we tasted Slow Food Nation. Photos: P. Leonard, It was a truly amazing weekend, full of energy and creativity and the spirit of collaboration, and it has certainly left us with a lot to chew on. We weren’t able to see […]

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  • Tableland

    If you haven’t seen a good film lately (or even if you have), you’ll want to head over to Laurelhurst Theatre this Thursday, September 18th for a screening of Tableland. This award-winning documentary follows producers and consumers of small-scale, sustainable food and features local producers […]

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  • Declaration for a Better Food Future

    We, the undersigned, believe that a healthy food system is necessary to meet the urgent challenges of our time. … The quality of food, and not just its quantity, ought to guide our agriculture. The ways we grow, distribute, and prepare food should celebrate our […]

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