Sunday, January 17, 2010
Following Conversation On The Road international correspondent Jeremiah Tittle’s conversation with award-winning multi-media artist, director, and goat’s milk ice cream producer Douglas Gayeton about his book of art and culture called SLOW: Life in a Tuscan Town, another opportunity emerged to document the Slow Food movement and it’s matriculation in America. Over the holidays, Sirius XM Radio took an interest in a special panel discussing the work of Gayeton and the practical benefits of buying local produce, slowing down the pace of life to a more natural level, and so much more.
Enjoy this production of the San Francisco Public Library, Welcome Books, Slow Food USA, and Douglas Gayeton called Living Slow. It is a real discussion about how we can improve our daily lives through returning to the traditions of our past remembering our cultural and physical roots and taking care of ourselves through honoring the land on which our sustenance grows.
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