Results tagged with 'slow food movement'
Published April 12, 2012
Do you dream of tender, slow-cooked pork? Does your heart melt at the thought of biting into a slice of delectably crispy smoked belly? If you do, you'll want to give some serious thought to attending SloPig Milwaukee, a celebration of fine swine and robust spirits.
Published Oct. 3, 2008
As a concept, Slow Food is much more complex than just the opposite of fast food, but that is part of it. Slow Food is a system -- and a way of living -- that is based on the principals of high quality and taste, environmental sustainability and social justice. Today it's expanded globally to 122 countries, and in the U.S., the 16,000 members of Slow Food USA work to promote local and traditional food products.
Published April 24, 2008
In the spirit of "Green Month," this week's offerings from the editorial office have an eco-friendly slant. We spotlight a Web site, a wood cleaner, a shampoo and a movement toward "slow" food.
Published March 30, 2005
Dave Swanson aims to bring simplicity and locally-grown food back to dining out in Milwaukee. A former Sanford chef, Swanson opens his own restaurant this summer on the Milwaukee River in the Third Ward.
Published Nov. 29, 2004
Chef J. Britton Unkerfer began his culinary voyage at age 13 in his family's Door County restaurant. After cooking around the world, he now uses all he's learned from Slow Food and quality products at Brookfield's Sticks & Stones.
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