Slow’s new summer issue is on sale in Australia today, and there’s lots of good stuff inside to ponder, read and do.
Pop past Castlemaine to make scrummy ice cream, feast on rural food and have a chuckle with fellow aspiring green changers.
Melbourne folk: pop along to Australia’s biggest ethical lifestyle festival this weekend, and go in the running to win a bike from Velo Cycles.
Want to take our Slow survey? We have 20 subscriptions to give away, if you feel like helping us out.
The word “hospitality” refers to the service-providing industry that revolves around restaurants, bars and hotels, but also to the quality of treating visitors and strangers in a warm, friendly and generous way.
One of life’s simple pleasures is the sheer joy you experience when a package shows up in the post, especially when that package is your new issue of Slow magazine.
I Quit Sugar guru Sarah Wilson shares with us her helpful tips on fermenting and an easy health and waste saving recipes from her latest cook book, Simpilicous.
Combining her love of nature and art, Bridget Farmer brings us a beautifully crafted children’s story book, Kookaburra Kookaburra, to help engage you and your children with the birds we see around us every day.