The fifth edition of the Caminos y Sabores artisan food and crafts festival at the Rural Society grounds in Palermo will show products made by families from eight provinces and various municipalities throughout the country. Carlo Petrini, the president of the international Slow Food movement, will come from Italy to visit the show and inaugurate the first Argentine edition of Terra Madre, an international network of food communities dedicated to producing quality food in a responsible, sustainable way . There will be cooking demonstrations, lectures and a photo contest. Salta will be promoting its Wine Trail. Other provinces that have confirmed their participation are Jujuy, Tucumán, Entre Ríos, Corrientes, Buenos Aires, La Pampa and Chubut. The show will be open from 12 noon to 9pm. General admission is 20 pesos, and 10 pesos for retirees and students on Thursday and Friday.