• Posted by Califia Suntree on March 18th, 2011, 9:19 AM

    Slow Food International presents an event that celebrates “small-scale fishers: a threatened species.” From the website: “Slow Fish is an opportunity for retracing the story of artisanal fishing, learning how it works, what cultures it involves, its hardships and skills, as well as discovering how much small-scale fishing has changed today, how it relates to the world and how it has suffered from globalization.” The event features tastings, conferences, and a marketplace featuring small-scale sustainable fishers—no threatened species allowed and not a bluefin tuna, eel, swordfish or salmon in sight. What there will be, however, are Fishwiches: artisanal Triora bread filled with fresh Ligurian seafood. One pressed octopus with celery fishwich per favore!

    When: Friday, May 27 to Monday, May 30, 2011

    Where: Genoa Pavilion B, Fiera di Genova, Piazzale Kennedy 1

    A four-day pass is 15 euros. Special events are additional and must be booked in advance.


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