Postcards tagged: Slow Food
PALMETTO, GA – You were the place that my locavore-preaching foodie friends, crickets-worshipping writer friends, and boonies-craving city friends could agree on.
GHENT, New York – Kerrilynn Pamer tends to the embers at a chile-roasting party in the woods.
ITALY – They may lack major highways, ATMs, and internet connections, but Italians don't miss a beat when it comes to making lunch. Andrew Grosso takes time to stop and smell the basil.
FLORENCE – The city's esteemed gelato family plays favorites when it comes to sweets. They're nice enough to share the scoop.
BERKELEY, California – A neighborhood so highly concentrated with delicious food your waistband may not survive the day. Go and taste one of everything, then taste one more.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa – Zen oases and disco balls in the sand. Penguins in the surf and mountaintop views. The question isn't "what should we do?" but "how can we fit it all in?"
WALES – Going to London for the food? Detour to Wales, where the food scene is thriving. I expected to eat fried, bland food and gray vegetables and drink basic pub beer. I was ridiculously mistaken.
Quintessential b&bs, low-key dining, and farm-fresh memories await in the upper reaches of the Hudson Valley.