Tagged with Slow Food

Food in the News

Food in the News

It seems that each day brings more troubling news about our food supply. Mind you, we in this country, at least in its more affluent areas, are surrounded by excellent food and food sources. It’s just that you increasingly have to educate yourself, and maybe go out of your way and pay more, to access them. … Continue reading

Family Dinner at Tre Piani

I had dinner with family recently at Tre Piani, my first visit in a while, I blush to admit.  To the left you see a photo (sorry it’s not better) of the entrée that three of the four of us had, lamb from Neptune Farm, an organic farm in south NJ, prepared three ways,  roasted (shoulder … Continue reading

Last call for East Coast Food & Wine Festival

You’ll want to purchase advance tickets for this don’t-miss event taking place June 26 and 27! Attendees at the East Coast Food & Wine Festival will sample dishes prepared with locally grown vegetables, fruits, seafood, chicken, meats and more, dished up by some of the most exciting chefs in the State and complimented by award-winning … Continue reading

Slow School Lunch?

Kids have to eat really fast from what I hear about school lunches these days.  But that’s no reason to eat fast food.  Slow Food USA ‘s Time For Lunch campaign is having a national day of action, a big potluck “Eat-In” all over the country on Labor Day, September 7.  Local organizers are planning one in Princeton, too.  It … Continue reading

A Full Plate

I am duty-bound to promote my own March 18 (8:00pm) talk at the Mary Jacobs Library in Rocky Hill.  This is special for me, because my mother was a devoted patron of this library, mere blocks from her home, for many years.  (And I am definitely a book-aholic myself!) My talk is titled “A Full … Continue reading