Meet Liz Birnbaum – Food Activist and Founder of The Curated Feast

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Whether she’s talking about ancient seeds and grains or explaining the epochal significance of a painting, you can’t miss Liz Birnbaum’s passion for history and stories. Founder of The Curated Feast, Liz—a chair on her local Slow Food Santa Cruz … Continued

Slow Food Events in Italy Present Unique Art and Ideas

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Eco-gastronomic nonprofit organization Slow Food International announced two events that will take place in Italy beginning this week. Biodiversity Through Art, Veneto, Italy Slow Food Veneto with Fondazione Berengo and OpUnDi will host a series of four events that examine … Continued

Mark Your Calendar: Abbot Kinney Festival is Sunday, September 27

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Temperatures are topping 100 degrees this weekend in parts of Los Angeles, so if you are thinking that a sea breeze might do you some good, consider heading down to Venice on Sunday for the 31st annual Abbot Kinney Festival. The free … Continued

Meet Graham Yelton – Graphic Designer, Photographer and Doughnut Fan

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Graham Yelton is a Birmingham, Alabama-based graphic designer and photographer who has shot everything from weddings to law firm head shots. But lately, she’s embraced design projects that align with her own passions, including home interiors, fashion and food. Her … Continued

Chef René Redzepi to Close, And Then Reimagine, Copenhagen’s Noma

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In a week where food journalist and activist Mark Bittman announced his departure from his weekly column, it’s hard to hear that another pioneer of the modern sustainable food movement—forager and Chef René Redzepi—plans to shutter his famed restaurant Noma. … Continued