Slow Food Norwich and Terra Madre day

Slow Food Norwich are working with Slow Food Anglia to hold an event in Norwich on Sunday December 10th to celebrate this years Terra Madre day. Terra Madre day is held each year on the 10th of December and where possible Slow Food groups across the globe try to hold events to mark the anniversary of our foundation as an organisation in 1986.
This year the event will be held at Louis' Deli in Upper St Giles Street in Norwich and will be from 11.30am until 4.30pm with will be hosted by members of Slow Food Anglia and Slow food Norwich.
Louis's Deli is one of Slow Food Anglia's Approved scheme business members and has been a supporter of both Slow Food Anglia and Slow Food Norwich for many years.
On the day there will be members of Slow Food Norwich at Louis Deli and there will be information about the Slow Food movement and members will be holding workshops on local East Anglian cheeses and Italian extra virgin olive oils, these are all produced by Slow Food members in the UK and in Italy.

Slow Food business member and supporter Olivaverde the specialist olive oil company based in Norwich and eastern Italy will have four artisan produced extra virgin olive oils which will be tasted during the afternoon, the oils will be from Italy and Greece, there will be three olive oils from Italy, these will be from the Italian regions of Marche and Puglia and one from Sicily, the oils from Puglia and Sicily will be from this years harvest and will have been bottled less than a month ago, the 2016 Greek olive oil will be from near Corinth.
Mark Matless on of our Slow Food Anglia chef alliance members will be preparing the food which will be available to the public on the day, this will include a special cut of Sirloin aged for 52days of Galician beef. Mark whose street food business Bullitt Guerilla dining is well known in Norwich and across Norfolk will also be giving talks about the food he is presenting at Louis' Deli, his personal ethos as regards good sustainable food and also on the Slow Food chef alliance association.
There will be a tasting of several local East Anglian cheeses which will include the fantastic Baron Bigod brie from Fen farm dairy near Bungay in Suffolk which is also one of our Slow Food Anglia business members.