Fast facts on slow food

Celebrate Terra Madre Day with good, clean, fair food

When Brennan Anderson was moving a box of books from his basement this past fall, a big, fat spaghetti squash rolled out from behind it.

The squash, leftover from his mom’s food delivery the previous October, was wedged between the wall and the box.

Was it gross and mouse-chewed? Sunken and decaying?

No. It was still perfect – almost a year after delivery. (more…)

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