Eating dinner has never been more complicated in the 21st century. What’s affordable may not be healthy, and what’s healthy may not taste good.
However, one Springfield group aims to make dinner simpler.
Slow Food Springfield started in 2006 as a local branch of the Slow Food movement, an international organization that promotes “good, clean and fairly priced food” without sacrificing the quality of a meal.
Slow Food proposes “that the quality of product, strengthening of local economy, and superior nutritional content makes it well worth breaking away from chains Read more