On May 22, Brussels will embark on a culinary and cultural journey to uncover the rich gastronomic heritage of the Balkans: 9 Brussels restaurants are joining forces with young and innovative chefs from the Balkans to prepare an array of dishes featuring local and seasonal products.
Romanians and (Slow) Food
Romania’s unique food system is an intriguing mix of old and new, owing to the country’s chequered past: As modern mass production steams ahead, it is held at bay by powerful lasting traditions. Transylvania Gastromony Club President Teodora Capota looks at the way Romania’s food system has evolved and what lies ahead.
How Do We Change The Future of Food? A Talk With Raj Patel
Activist, academic and writer Raj Patel has cemented his place as one of the foremost critics of current global food systems, and during a recent visit to Italy, was kind enough to sit down and speak with us about what the future holds and what we can do to improve it.
Soweto Eat-in: South Africa’s Slow Food Network Takes Another Step Forward
The Soweto Eat-in was a showcase of the variety and quality of South African food and the country’s native igredients. A market, conference, and two cooking challenges set alight the minds and tastebuds of more than 800 visitors, all in the name of good, clean, and fair food for all.