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Terra Madre: Food and Peace

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The following is a guest post from Michelle Ajamian and Brandon Jaeger, owners of Shagbark Seed and Mill and Central Ohio delegates to the 2012 Terra Madre conference in Torino, Italy. Since our return from Italy, we’ve reflected deeply about our the feelings stemming from the Terra Madre proclamation that food traditions hold the solution to […]


Remarks to the International Congress

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Remarks to the Slow Food International Congress Bear Braumoeller, Board Chair, Slow Food Columbus October 28, 2012 Turin, Italy  Thank you, and hello. I am from the city of Columbus in the state of Ohio in the United States. I moved there and helped start the Columbus chapter four years ago, with our Chapter Leader, […]


Promoting the Ark of Taste

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Regular readers of Edible Columbus will have noticed by now that their cover story for the fall issue is about Slow Food USA’s Ark of Taste. Of course, we couldn’t be more thrilled! We realized, however, that there might be vendors who sell Ark of Taste products who don’t have any way of signaling that […]


Central Ohio’s Delegates to Terra Madre and the International Congress

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We are proud to announce that Central Ohio’s nine delegates will represent nearly 5% of the entire American delegation of 200 to Terra Madre and the International Congress. These are the farmers, artisans, and leaders who have been chosen to represent our region in Torino, Italy, in the fall: MICHELLE AJAMIAN AND BRANDON JAEGER, founders […]


Announcing 2012 Central Ohio Terra Madre Delegates

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Nine Central Ohioans have been selected to attend the largest sustainable food conference in the world, the 2012 Terra Madre convention in Turin, Italy.


“Shake the Hand That Feeds You” Dinner at Flying J Farm

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Our annual open-air Shake the Hand That Feeds You dinner will be taking place at Flying J Farm on the afternoon and evening of September 8. If you’re interested, save the date now, and watch this space for more information!


‘Intimate’ midweek markets promote ‘slow food’: This Week News

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Slow Down Wednesdays, held at the same site as the normal Saturday sales at the intersection of North High Street and West Dunedin Road, are the result of a partnership between the Clintonville Farmers Market, Global Gallery and Slow Food Columbus. “We certainly support so many things that are about good, clean, fair food, and […]


Chapter Bylaws

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At the last meeting of the Board, on June 13, a new set of Bylaws were discussed, modified, and approved as a replacement for the minimal set of Bylaws under which the Chapter had operated since its inception.


Become a member of Slow Food

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We know that’s a predictable suggestion, coming from us. But membership in Slow Food has changed a lot recently, and the changes are for the better.


Beard Award Potluck/Celebration for Jeni Britton-Bauer

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We are thrilled to announce a potluck dinner at Alana’s Food and Wine to honor and congratulate 2010 Terra Madre delegate Jeni Britton-Bauer on the occasion of her receipt of a James Beard Award for her book, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at Home!