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Alice Waters & Mary Ann Esposito

Recently I've published a few articles from the culmination of Alice's visit and the interview with Ciao Italia's Mary Ann Esposito.


Links:


Down the Rabbit Hole, Alice in Charlotte


Table Talk with Ciao Italia's Mary Ann Esposito

Added by Andy Ciordia on October 15, 2007 at 9:54am — No Comments

Grateful Growers Alice Waters Press Release

Tickets Now Available for Alice Waters’ Keynote Address in Charlotte





CHARLOTTE, NC 20 August 2007 Alice Waters is visiting Charlotte at the end of September, and you are invited! The chef, restaurateur and food activist will speak at Dana Auditorium on the campus of Queens University on September 27. The architect of The Edible Schoolyard, Ms. Waters will speak about the opportunities and responsibilities of a sound school… Continue

Added by Andy Ciordia on August 23, 2007 at 2:07pm — No Comments

Slow Food Charlotte Online is Blooming

Sunflower, Day 3

Hi all, it's great to see we've had a great number of local sign-ups since the newsletter went out. May I be the first to welcome you to the site!



There are some great things we can do here to keep the conversation and thoughts going from when we meet at events or around the dinner table. If you have an idea for a good SFC sub-group, or would like to write more for the blogging side of… Continue

Added by Andy Ciordia on July 27, 2007 at 12:03pm — No Comments

You Are What Your Animals Eat

You Are What Your Animals Eat by Jo Robinson

from: http://eatwild.com/articles/index.html



In my investigation into pasture-based farming, I’ve stumbled upon an alarming state of affairs: few animal scientists see any link between animal feed and human food. “Feed animals anything you want,” say the experts, “and it makes no difference to their meat, milk, or eggs.” Because of this mindset, our animals are being fed…

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Added by Andy Ciordia on July 5, 2007 at 9:29pm — No Comments

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