“Father de Souza said Father Neuhaus '"most gifted forum" was the dinner table, where he delighted in celebrating "convivium," a banquet or feast that draws people together for a purpose.”
“convivium" better than the Greeks do, who call this same thing as well by the name of "compotatio" as "concoenatio"; so that what in that kind (of pleasures) is of the least value that they appear most to approve of.”
“Four years ago, after dabbling in traditional retail outlets, they decided to offer it to the public via "convivium," whereby olio-loving souls who are willing to place advance orders can get an Italian pantry staple straight from the source.”
“But as the project receives more interest -- from teachers, students, parents, and policy-makers (the local extension officer for the National Agricultural Advisory Services is a member of the local Slow Food convivium) -- and more funding, they're likely to overcome these challenges and make farming a more viable option for youth in Mikuni and other parts of Uganda.”
“The article doesn't even include all his work supporting organic farmers' markets around Lebanon, nor does it mention his membership in Slow Food's Lebanese convivium, or the book and website documenting traditional Lebanese foods.”
“Each convivium is different, but all have the aim of celebrating and protecting the traditional foods of their region, giving visibility to small-scale farmers, fishermen, growers and artisan producers.”
“If you would like to find out how to join the movement and your nearest convivium, please send an email to email@example.com or call 01584 879599 www.slowfood.org.uk.”
“Invitatus ad convivium, quae apponuntur comedis, non quaeris ultra; in mundo multa rogitas quae dii negant.”
“Thracio et laurus insana quae allata in convivium convivas omnes insania affecit.”
“Fores portantur ut ad convivium reportentur, repleri ut exhauriant, et exhauriri ut bibant.”
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