As the name would suggest, Slow Food Dinners take time. At College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, a few times a semester, groups spend a couple of hours savoring and re-learning the art of conversation around a table. Reservations go fast, though. The special dinners are entering their third year at the college, and word has gotten out about the five-course meals that feature local food, linen tablecloths, bow-tied waiters, good china and — gasp — no cell ...

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