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Le mouvement Slow Food débarque en Chine

Le mouvement Slow Food débarque en Chine | Slow Food | Scoop.it
L'association Slow Food de Chine a été créée hier à l'ambassade d'Italie en Chine, en présence d'Alberto Bradanini, l'ambassadeur italien à Beijing.

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THE PLEASURES OF SLOW FOOD

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THE PLEASURES OF SLOW FOOD

 

On a biking trip last week through Piedmont, a mostly unspoiled agricultural region in northwest Italy, I came across many things: charming hilltop towns, sleepy sidewalk cafes, vineyards that stretch for acres, fields of corn or cows, lush backyard vegetable gardens and fruit trees bearing plums, peaches, apples and lemons. Even the smaller towns have their own pasticceria (bakery), macelleria (butcher shop) and alimentari (grocery selling fresh fruits and vegetables).

 

Noticeably absent were fast food restaurants or supermarkets. Piedmont is known for its wine, cheese, meats and truffles and the region has created its share of global brands, among them Barolo, Moscato and Nutella. But even in Turin, the region’s commercial hub, you have to look hard to find a McDonald’s or Walmart. (Carrefour Express has outlets in Turin, but they stock more fresh foods than packaged goods.)

 

Read more here: http://www.marcgunther.com/2012/09/08/the-pleasures-of-slow-food/

 

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