LE LANGHE, Italy — The slow food movement has spread quickly since its inception in 1986 in the Piedmontese town of Bra. Slow food strives to preserve traditional and regional cuisine, and it is a natural extension of what has always existed here: the marriage of food and wine, of sociability and sustainability. This philosophy is reflected in the following restaurants in Le Langhe, the heart of wine and truffle country near Bra.
4 places for slow food where the movement began
By Caitlin Hurley| Globe Correspondent April 07, 2013
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