Simran Sethi

Simran Sethi

journalist and educator

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Simran Sethi is a journalist and educator focused on food, sustainability and social change. She is the author of Bread, Wine, Chocolate: The Slow Loss of Foods We Love, and the host/creator of the chocolate podcast, The Slow Melt

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You’ve heard of Franciacorta and Prosecco, but Simran Sethi says a greater variety of Italian sparkling wines, including Trentodoc, are making their way into other countries.

Spreading the gospel of Italian sparkling wine

You’ve heard of Franciacorta and Prosecco, but Simran Sethi says a greater variety of Italian sparkling wines, including Trentodoc, are making their way into other countries.

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Thirty years since its founding, the Slow Food organization has grown to over 1,500 global chapters, including 150 in the U.S.

Terra Madre: Celebrating farmers, food and the land that sustains them

Thirty years since its founding, the Slow Food organization has grown to over 1,500 global chapters, including 150 in the U.S.

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“You are your best Valentine,” says contributor Simran Sethi. She suggests giving yourself the gift of a perfect pairing.

Unusual Valentine’s pairings: chocolate with whiskey, gin and beer

“You are your best Valentine,” says contributor Simran Sethi. She suggests giving yourself the gift of a perfect pairing.

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