In coming into contact with this “slow” world, you feel a new (or renewed) relish for life, you sense the potential of different methods and forms of knowledge as counterweights to the direction currently being imparted to the tiller that steers our route toward the future. You reassess the elements of consumer culture, and in rural knowledge, you discover surprisingly simple solutions to problems which speed has made complex and apparently insoluble.”
—Carlo Petrini, Founder of the International Slow Food Movement
To all who cooked, volunteered, donated, or just came to enjoy themselves at Art of Food last night, thank you, thank you, thank you! You helped to make this the best Art of Food yet!
~Kimberly, Kelly, and Bill
Your Slow Food St. Louis Co-Leaders