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Adventures at the Table · 1112 days ago

I was interviewed recently for this fun article by local Deb Debaracato. It’s true… Nico will barely leave the kitchen. Had to bribe him last night with Bob the Builder because he insisted he needed to make pesto.

In Search of Slow Food By Katie Powers, SF Intern · 1600 days ago

Selfish as it may seem at a glance, the first step toward eating with the future of the planet in mind may be to indulge. To take care of our bodies, our souls, and the earth, let us eat slowly.

The "Best Dinner Ever" · 3 February 10

The “Best Dinner Ever” from the mouth of my 7 year old. Could the fact that she prepared the bulk of it herself have anything to do with it? Recipes for Sausage and Lentil Winter Soup, Cornbread, and Mariela’s Chocolate-Coconut Bars

New Year’s Roasted Seafood Cioppino · 2 January 10

It’s not often we buy seafood in Colorado but when we do we do it big.

Muncaster Featured in Slow Food Article · 8 November 08

The best response to an increasingly dire financial crisis is to take a deep breath and return to our communities, says the founder of Slow Food in the Tetons. Rather than gloom and doom, the changing season should inspire people to become more locally self-sufficient, Sue Muncaster says.

“I really think that the whole thing with the economy is evidence that we’ve lived out of control for too long,” said the Idaho-based organizer, writer and mother. “I think about how fast and fierce the ‘global financial crisis’ hit us. Imagine how fast and furious the inevitable global food crisis is going to hit us. It’s time to take action and just say no to fast food, processed food and big corporations.”

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