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A longtime advocate of local eating, Amy Cotler is the founding director of Berkshire Grown, food initiative that received international recognition as a model for local food advocacy. She now consults, teaches, and lectures on food and farm-to-table issues. She worked as the Web food forum host for The New York Times, and her food articles have been published in numerous periodicals, including Fine Cooking, Kitchen Garden, Cook, and Orion. Her five cookbooks include Wrap It Up and Fresh From the Farm: The Massachusetts Farm to School Cookbook, which is available free online. Amy has developed close to 1,000 recipes, including many for the revision of The Joy of Cooking. She's taught at the Institute for Culinary Education and The Culinary Institute of America, where she also researched and wrote teaching text for their professional cookbook. Her website is www.freshcotler.com
This was a book recommended to me by a close friend who really enjoyed it. I am just starting to learn about eating local and this is an easy to read and understand way to begin.Published 6 months ago by Laura Moulton
If you're new to the local food movement, this book is a great place to start. Not only is it an easy read, but it's chocked full of practical information that the reader can use... Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by carzmom
I checked out this book from the library so many times I decided I needed to add it to my collection.Published on November 23, 2012 by Tracy Bryan