Slow Food Live


Slow Food Live brings Slow Food into your home with free webinars and conversations led by experts in a skill or topic that you can join from anywhere on your digital device.

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Sustainable Living with TILIA Wines: People Matter

By Michelle DiMuzio, Communications Coordinator“TILIA Wines and Slow Food share many values; a commitment to biodiversity, preserving and nurturing plants and animals, creating resilient vineyards, and supporting the people that work there.” Stephanie Pocchia from...

Slow Food Live Recap: Winning A Fair Farm Bill

By Michelle DiMuzio, Communications CoordinatorLast week, Slow Food USA hosted its last Slow Food Live of the year, Winning a Fair Farm Bill. The panel discussed the successes and failures of past legal action, legislation, executive action, and existing programs...

Biodiversity in the Vineyard with TILIA Wines

In the first of two Slow Food Live sessions supported by TILIA Wines, we learned about how the winery embodies sustainability and the pillars of good, clean and fair. TILIA was the first wine in Argentina to carry the Certified Sustainability seal from Bodegas de...

Two compound butter recipes from Chef Edward Lee

Butter is a staple ingredient and a common accompaniment to some of our favorite foods. But it can reach new heights when combined with simple, fresh ingredients. In a session on October 27 at 2 p.m. EDT, Chef Edward Lee will demonstrate how to make and use high...

Slow Food Live: Say (Grilled) Cheese!

Chef Jernard Wells and Chef Julian Frederick joined Slow Food Live for a family-friendly collaboration where both chefs served up tasty grilled cheese recipes, with a little help from Truly Grass Fed Dairy! Celebrity Chef Jernard Wells – a father of nine known as “The...

Black Farmer Fund is closing the racial wealth gap in agriculture

by Michelle DiMuzio, Slow Food USA editorial intern “If you eat food, you are part of our ecosystem,” stated Onika Abraham, Black Farmer Fund Board Member and moderator of the Black Farmer Fund Panel. Black Farmer Fund (BFF) is an emerging community investment fund...

Slow Food Live recap: Immigrant Farm and Food Chain Workers

by Michelle DiMuzio, Slow Food USA editorial intern Farmers and hired farmworkers are essential workers. Our food chain depends on the labor of immigrants, many of whom are undocumented. The Slow Food USA Food and Farm Policy Steering Committee convened a panel to...

“You Say Pasta” with Pastificio Di Martino

In week two of the World of Pasta series, presented by Pastaficio Di Martino and Slow Food Live, we explored the diversity and creativity that can be found even in just one type of pasta. Three American chefs gathered on zoom to demonstrate three different ways to...

Pasta 101 with Pastificio Di Martino + The Pasta Queen

To kick off our three part pasta series, in partnership with Pastificio Di Martino, we were joined by the Pasta Queen, Nadia Caterina Munno, and Pastificio Di Martino President, Giuseppe di Martino.

Small Farms & Community

On Earth Day, we had the pleasure of chatting with a group of farmers, advocates, and stewards of small farms and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). We were joined by Tess Romanski from the Fair Share CSA Coalition, Trixie Wessel and Jarret Nelson from Glynwood...

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