Mon 24 April 2017 08:00
At the Ssese Island Beach Hotel along Lake Victoria, Ugandan chef George Ntumwa serves a traditional carp stew for the guests - an ancestral way to prepare freshwater fish. George shared his recipe with us before taking part at the event ‘Origins of the World’ at Slow Fish, where he will introduce elements from their local cuisine and fishing traditions that are now under threat by the increasing foreign investments around Lake Victoria.
Fri 21 April 2017 13:30
We've taken some of the strangest marine creatures and paired them with each sign of the zodiac. Think of yours as your special amulet! Which fish are you? Read on!
Thu 20 April 2017 08:00
Lüfer is the local name given to adult bluefish in Turkey, a symbolic species in the movement against overfishing in the Bosphorous and Marmara Sea. Indeed, lüfer may soon be extinct in Turkish waters. The documentary Bluefish: Prince of the Bosphorus tells the story of this species.
Wed 19 April 2017 15:31
Spring is on the way and, like every year, it’ll bring with it those first seaside outings and the urge to eat fresh, light food. It’s a time of the year when we feel peckish just thinking about a plate of fish. The risk is that all this enthusiasm will be backed up by information that is often incomplete, at times misleading and, in some cases, downright dangerous, especially when food safety is at stake.
Thu 13 April 2017 10:01
Oceans are our main allies in the fight against global warming, but they are also the first ones to pay its price. In the next decades, we will have to deal with both rising seas and freshwater resources in scarcity: a challenge that can turn into an opportunity for technological innovation.
Tue 11 April 2017 11:25
Muisne Island is literally built on mangroves. This magical setting is where Lidér grew up, among mangrove trees, coral reefs and the beach. Since the devastating earthquake that hit Ecuador in April 2016, he has been involved in the reconstruction of the island. He has also been fighting against the deforestation of mangroves and the displacement of locals by the dominant shrimp industry.
Mon 10 April 2017 11:04
Sandro and Maurizio Serva have been making the most of the river bounty from local valleys around La Trota, their restaurant with two Michelin stars in Rivodutri, for decades. Trout, carp, chub, pike and other freshwater fish are the main ingredients on an amazing menu that you can savor at Slow Fish.
Thu 06 April 2017 08:00
The story of the Okanagan Nation Alliance is the story of salmon, of hope, and of an intertwined destiny.
Wed 05 April 2017 13:15
Fighting fish-based food waste is possible, from the boat, to the processing centers to our homes. At Slow Fish on May 21st we have a conference dedicated to valorizing food products to prevent waste.
Tue 04 April 2017 08:00
Marano lagoon in province of Udine – with less than 2000 inhabitants – is an incredible biodiversity hotspot with fish and plant species that chef Giorgio dal Forno knows by heart. Talking about this enchanting world, we embark on his boat, and together examine the brackish waters and dikes of this rich territory.