Slow Food Brisbane promotes Good Clean and Fair Food for All.
We seek ways to spread the word and emphasise the importance of thinking local, buying local and valuing local.
We support local producers, food artisans and chefs who embrace the slow food philosophy of Good, Clean, Fair!
Stay Slow and Eat Local
What a start to 2020. If the impact of drought, bushfires and floods haven’t been enough, the spread of COVID-19 throughout Australia and the rest of the world has given cause to bring in many restrictions to life as we know it and we have already started changing many everyday behaviours, including the way we socialise, work and shop.
At Slow Food Brisbane we have made the decision to postpone all events until further notice. The safety of our members, guests and snails is a priority. Our calendar of events will resume when it is considered safe to do so.
In the meantime, Slow Food Brisbane would like to emphasise the importance of supporting our local producers, food artisans and chefs so that they can have the opportunity to make it through this difficult time. Most small businesses are still open to the public, with certain hygiene policies in place, as well as making themselves more available online and working out delivery options for those of you that are self-isolating. The consumer choices of people can be the last straw for already struggling businesses. Let’s all get out there, or get on the internet or phone, and show everyone that buying local is more important now than ever before.
During these crazy times, Slow Food Brisbane will continue with promoting good, clean and fair food for all and ask you all to Stay Slow and Eat Local!
Millen Farm Event
Postponed until further notice
Due to the spread of Covid-19 we have made the decision to postpone this event until later in the year. We thank everyone for understanding the importance of the health and safety of our members, guests and the owners and staff at Millen Farm.
More information regarding this event and the date will come as the year unfolds.
Slow Food Brisbane Newsletter – March 2020
The latest newsletter is now available with all of the up to date Slow Food Brisbane News.
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Would you like to be part of the Slow Food Brisbane team?
Now is your opportunity as we have vacancies arising on our committee and for volunteers.
If you are interested please email us at email@example.com and let us know!
Article: Regenerative agriculture as an effective response to climate change and to building sustainability.
Slow Food Brisbane was represented by Noelene and Ian McBride at The Animal Welfare Horizons, Brisbane. 4thDecember, 2019
Past Events :
Supper of Indigenous Tastes – Celebrating Slow Food Brisbane’s Terra Madre Japan and Slow Cheese Italy 2019 Attendee Experience – includes AGM – Monday February 24th – 7–9.30 pm – Milton – an enjoyable evening of information, indigenous food and Australian artisan cheese.
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December 11th Terra Madre at Parliament House with acclaimed chef Andrew McCrae – a truly memorable event.
Our thanks to the students from Cannon Hill School Kitchen Garden for sharing your garden with us and talking about your projects and future ideas. Thank you to everyone who attended.
The August 25th – Long Table Bush Tucker Lunch with Dale Chapman – at UQ was simply amazing!
Members’ Only Lunch – Combined Slow Food Brisbane and Dante Alighieri – La Lanterna, Redcliffe – Wednesday August 14th – Redcliffe.
Wild and Slow at Mt Mee on July 14th was a resounding success.