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"Ithaca Farmers Market Cookbook"

"Ithaca Farmers Market Cookbook"

$24.95

Utne Reader magazine once called Ithaca, New York, “the most enlightened city in America,” citing the city’s progressive educational, social, and cultural institutions, and in particular, a Farmers Market that has served as a national model in the local food movement.

The Ithaca Farmers Market Cookbook celebrates the food, the people, and the mission of America’s most progressive farmers market. Readers will be able re-create many of the stand-in-line offerings and farmstead-inspired dishes that showcase the bounty within a 30-mile radius of Ithaca. In addition, leading local chefs with a reverence for the Market transform seasonal offerings into healthy, economical meals for your table. Vivid photographs bring the Market to life, capturing its personalities, eccentricities, and enduring popularity. By Michael Turback, with a Foreword by Tom Valenti (100 recipes, 140 photographs, 200 pages).

"With delicious recipes and charming stories, the Ithaca Farmers Market Cookbook demonstrates the importance of fresh, seasonal and sustainable ingredients." - Alice Waters, Chef and Slow Food Activist

"Food that’s simple, direct, and filled with a sense of place, the Ithaca Farmers Market Cookbook is as joyous as the community behind it." - Dan Barber, Executive Chef, Blue Hill at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture

"Ithaca Farmers Market Cookbook"
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