The Slowest Food
- Farming Finland's succulent new crop: snails. Mycek, Shari // Christian Science Monitor;5/30/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 129, p16
Focuses on snail farmers and restaurateurs in Finland, where eating snails has become popular, and presents a recipe for escargot a la Bourguignonne.
- Let's Go Escargot. A.K. // Bon Appetit;Mar2005, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p28
Presents Henri Maire's Burgundy snails, imported and sold by the Potironne company.
- Im Schneckengarten. Hillemeyer, Judit // Lebensmittel Zeitung;2/15/2013, Issue 7, p0051
The article profiles German vineyard snail breeder Hans Herold. The author discusses Herold's certification as a snail breeder and escargot producer and distributor by the European Union, provides biological information about hibernation and reproduction of helix pomatia, and details the...
- The status of queen conch, Strombus gigas, research in the Caribbean. Stoner, Allan W. // Marine Fisheries Review;1997, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p14
Summarizes important advances made in the study of queen conch (Strombus gigas) since the scientific workshop on queen conch held in Caracas, Venezuela in July 1991. Habitat requirements and nursery grounds; Juvenile mortality and stock enhancement; Larval ecology and fisheries oceanography;...
- Escargot exporter. // Presidents & Prime Ministers;May/Jun94, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p49
Cites the International Heliciculture Institute, Turin, Italy, which estimates the worldwide demand for edible snails, a gourmet delicacy known as escargot, is 270,000 tons, which is currently being met by Turkey and Morocco. Turkey the world's largest exporter of edible snails; Other snail...
- Snails: From menu to menace. Gulmahamad, Hanif // Pest Control;Oct2005, Vol. 73 Issue 10, p99
Focuses on the milk snail infestation in Los Angeles, California. Influence of the changes in weather on the increased population of snails; Overview of the introduction of the species in the U.S.; Strategies for milk snails.
- You've got snail. Hoy, Anthony // Bulletin with Newsweek;10/8/2002, Vol. 120 Issue 6345, p14
Features the culinary preparation of Burgundy snail or escargot in France. Procedures in preparing the garden snail dish; Lucrative market of the snail; Status of snail farming industry.
- Melons with a snail twist. Stanisic, John // Wildlife Australia;Spring2005, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p40
Focuses on the melon snails in the Northern Territory. Features of various melon snails; Estimated number of snail species in the Northern Territory; Distribution area in Queensland; Snail behavior.
- Dished. // New Internationalist;Jul95, Issue 269, p5
Reports on Swiss chef Leon Marmy's foie d'escargot. Details; Implications; Comments.