The New Liquid Economy: Bank on Greek Wines

Greek wines remain a sound investment in quality and taste... and perhaps they are the key to rebuilding a more stable economy back home.

Table To Farm: The Restaurant Returns to the Source

January 18th marked the third in a series of dinners by The Blooming Hill Farm Supper Club, featuring a team from NYC's Lupa Restaurant which has earned the Slow Food Snail of Approval.

Producer Profiles: Love of JoJo

Inaugurating its producer profiles, Slow Food NYC spoke with Jolene Collins, founder and owner of Love of JoJo, a Brooklyn-based producer of artisanal sriracha.

Happy Holidays from Slow Food NYC

Help Slow Food NYC realize all of its extraordinary good, clean, fair food initiatives that help shape the way the City eats in 2014! Consider making a 100% tax-deductible contribution, either for yourself or in someone's honor, this holiday season.

Seven Tips from a Canning Expert

On September 12th, a group of would be canners gathered at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York to hear celebrated preserving expert Sherri Brooks Vinton talk about what she knows best.

NYC’s Greenmarkets: Behind the Scenes

Since the first New York City greenmarket opened in June 1976, the Greenmarket program has grown to include over fifty locations in the five boroughs, serving 250,000 customers per week. But do people really understand the work that goes into making these markets tick?

GrowNYC Job and Internship Positions

GrowNYC has some exciting job and internship opportunities for this fall.

Photo Essay: June in the Garden in Angoulins, France

I took these photos on a cloudy day in late June, in the garden of my in-laws, on the Western coast of France. It was a great week of cooking as locally as it gets — right from the back yard!

Getting Buzzed Locally at the 2nd Annual Spirits of New York Event

On Wednesday, July 10th, Slow Foods NYC and Astor Center played host to the 2nd Annual Spirits of New York Event, where spirits enthusiasts partied like it was the end of Prohibition and sampled intoxicating libations featuring spirits produced by local, New York-based distilleries.

Food + Enterprise + Pitch Competition

Slow Money NYC and Food Book Fair give new companies a forum to present their business plans before expert judges and a live audience at the stylin' Wythe Hotel, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.


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