Terra Madre Day — the day that the Slow Food organization marks its anniversary with a celebration of global foodways — was yesterday, December 10. In honor of the event, Slow Food launched Stories from a Slow Food Nation, a series of videos and other artworks about everyday experiences with real food:
“Too often fast food takes center stage in the United States, pushing other beautiful food cultures and traditions aside,” said Katherine Deumling, Board Chair of Slow Food USA. “The Stories project will provide a platform for people to document and share their individual food traditions, and hopefully, the collection will inspire us all to promote and preserve the vast diversity of our food cultures.”
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