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February 27, 2021

Slow Food day at Peasant’s Museum

The “Radu Anton Roman” Initiative Group and Slow Food Bucharest Valahia Gusturilor (the Wallachia of Tastes) organize, at the Earth Market, an event dedicated to the Terra Madre Day, the day of the global food revolution, on local foundations. Thus, on Saturday, December 11, all over the world, members and adepts of the Slow Food Motion, from over 100 countries, which make up the global community of food, will meet to celebrate food, local products and the pleasure to share a meal. In Romania there are Slow Food groups in Bucharest, Brasov, Sibiu, Brusturoasa-Palanca, Tarnava Mare, Turda, Cluj. Sympathizers of the Slow Food movement from Bucharest will meet to chat, in Moromete’s Kitchen, on the following: polenta (made from Romanian maize flour, grounded traditionally) on a bed of cheese, potato salad with onion and smoked fish, Thassos olives and olive oil, dumpling broth, chicken and mushroom stew, biscuit and walnut cake, homemade chocolate, vanilla cream and apple sponge cake, chicken and leek pie, apple chips, coriander and cole honey, Bujor cozonac (sweet bread), plum brandy and ecological wines from the French-Romanian Domains. Participants will cover the costs of the products on the agenda and will convene at the Earth Market, the ARK Merchandise Exchange, at the junction of Uranus Street and the old Calea Rahovei, opposite the Bucharest Flower Market (Cosbuc).

Venue: Earth Market, The Ark-Merchandise Exchange

Address: 196 A, Calea Rahovei

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