Tag: Slow Fish

Three Snails: A Year of Slow Food Events

Slow Fish in Genoa, Slow Food Nations in Denver and Cheese in Bra. Three international Slow Food events—with some ticketed activities—open to people of all ages, with a particular emphasis on younger generations.

Raise Your Glass to the Dinner Date Menus!

Here we are. The chefs, their raw materials and menus are here. It is almost time for the Dinner Dates at Slow Fish. From Wednesday to Friday, we are presenting you the first four Dinner Dates.

Slow Fever: Drinking to Explore the World

Slow Fever. From Caronis to Demeraras, from the Clairins of Haiti to the craft mezcals of Mexico—today as yesterday Velier is exploring out-of-the way plantations and remote distilleries and is now a point of reference for enthusiasts all across the world.

Eight myths that we’ll be debunking at Slow Fish with the help of researchers and dietitians

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.

La Trota Gets Its Own Back

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.

Word of the day: waste ban

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.

The Return of Noah’s Ark

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.

We are the Net

Heroes of the sea from all over the world will meet at Slow Fish 2017. For years they suffered the consequences of its voraciousness on the marine ecosystem, their economy and their diet, until one day they decided to react—and it paid off.