Good things come to those who take their time.
Rome, 1986. McDonald’s opens its first Italian franchise. Thousands of protesters rally outside. One man becomes famous for feeding them plates of pasta to hero Italian cuisine.
Carlo Petrini goes on to found the global Slow Food movement, championing local food, carefully prepared and eaten with appreciation.
Soon you will have a Roman moment of your own. Those paddocks destined for new grass? They’re bare plates. How you fill them is your call, but before you do, ask yourself this:
Is sowing your new pasture like a takeaway burger and chips scoffed on the go, or is it a lovingly prepared, home-cooked meal, savoured with family and friends?
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