From The Washington Post’s Jane Black: "SAN FRANCISCO — When
most people think about Slow Food, they probably imagine wealthy
epicureans sipping organic wine and nibbling on farmstead cheeses. That
the organization decided to have its first U.S. national conference
here only furthered the stereotype: Slow Food is for Prius-driving,
Whole Foods-shopping, latte-loving liberals with plenty of time and
cash on hand."