Topsham Community Market - Sale in Exeter, Topsham - heartofdevon.com
Topsham Community Market | Devon Hour
And every summer there is the Food Festival.
Topsham Food Festival
Slow Food Devon Topsham Food Market | Good Game | Devon-made Game & Cured Meat Products
The Slow Food Devon Food Market is a celebration of the wide choice of local produce available on our doorsteps. Each producer featured in the market shares the principle of growing ‘proper’ food, slowly and in harmony with nature, food that is “good, clean and fair” – the vision set out by Slow Food founder Carlo Petrini in 1986.
Weekend of ‘slow food’ and fun with Topsham Food Festival and Nello's Longest Table | Exeter Express and Echo
Slow Food Devon
Slow Food Uk - Celebrate what’s on your plate!
Slow Food International - Good, Clean and Fair food.
Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity
The Independent runs regular features on the Slow Food movement:
Pleasure, hedonism, enjoyment, tranquility, conviviality, richness; Slow Food has never made any bones about its commitment to the truly sweet things in life. There are no hair shirts in the Slow Food Movement, no trace of the puritanical urge that says if something is worth fighting for it must involve a degree of pain and hardship. Petrini recalls that the founding in 1986 of Slow Food's immediate forerunner, Arcigola, "was celebrated with a memorable two days ... the celebratory dinner finished only at the first light of dawn, after the final toast with a 1939 Barolo."
But conviviality has nothing to do with frivolity, and Petrini's greatness lies in his seriousness and his restlessness. Slow Food may have begun with a toast and an excellent dinner, but he has never allowed the movement he founded to lose sight of the fact that it is engaged in an epic struggle.
Carlo Petrini: The Slow Food gourmet who started a revolution - Features - Food and Drink - The Independent
The rarity of mulberries makes them a treasure hunt to find
Beyond blackberries and plums, there is an abundance of more unusual autumnal fruit out there, just waiting to be picked and made into delicious desserts, sauces and even cocktails.
Fruity little numbers: Try our pick of some of the lesser-known autumnal fruits - Features - Food and Drink - The Independent
Tuscan wine-makers up in arms as authorities attempt to make viniculture more sustainable - News - Food and Drink - The Independent
Croatia: Hunt out an authentic flavour - Europe - Travel - The Independent
Shropshire: Not just local shops for local people ... - UK - Travel - The Independent
Futures Forum: Christmas farmers' market in Sidmouth: Saturday 13th Dec
Futures Forum: Climate change: the role of livestock and agriculture.......... or: "Can steak save the planet?"
Futures Forum: km zero - zero food miles