In part 3, Carlo Petrini asks of us to take a step back from our daily lives, and reexamine our values that we hold so dear; perhaps values we would never think to even question.
Agriculture has a system of built-in limitations. But, we have figured out how to bypass many of those limits, and so, pay a terrible cost.
Carlo Petrini, founder of Slow Food International shares his views about food, politics, and American culture on the road to becoming a sustainable food nation.
New to the life of farming, a middle-aged couple make a career change. First mentoring under Joel Salatin, they raise pasture fed cows, pigs, chickens, ducks, lambs, and sheep.
One restaurant chooses to participate in a city-wide recycling program, turning food waste into reusable garden compost.
This weekend (Labor Day weekend) marks the unofficial end of summer, as I sit here preparing to tell you about my “Sustainable Summer” my mind is wandering to thoughts of Dora the Explorer backpacks and upcoming flu shots. Before I head back into my “Manic Mommy Mode” (as if I’m ever out of it) I [...]
Let me make sure I have my facts straight: In the heart of New York City, a husband and wife, and their very young daughter, embark on a year long journey to transition into a lifestyle that leaves behind a zero carbon footprint? That means: no plastic bottles, no restaurant food, no coffee shops, no [...]
It has a distinctive taste, very different from cow or goat cheese as you will learn in this story.