Alice Waters and hundreds of other Slow Food supporters are currently in Turin for the biggest Slow Food bash of them all, but how does the Italian version stack up to the inaugural American one? One notable difference: "The one-day entry fee this year was 20 euros, or $25, and anyone could come - so everyone did. In San Francisco over Labor Day weekend, by contrast, Slow Food Nation limited attendance at paid events and charged $65 to enter its food pavilion." [Chron]
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