Hi, and thanks for visiting. My guess is that some of you have clicked over from Aaron Ricadela’s article — “Thanks to Blogs, A Bigger Menu for Food Criticism” — on BusinessWeek.com. If so, I hope you poke around a bit.
My blog is designed to help people eat locally and seasonally, so in addition to the tips on how to eat healthy and handle/store food that the reporter talked about, it includes:
- Seasonal recipes, searchable by season or in the search bar
- Ideas on what eating locally might mean for you; look under the How To Eat Local tab at the top for pointers.
- Resources for learning more about why it’s important to think differently about food; look under Cook’s Inspiration for a collection of excellent books and cookbooks.
Readers have begun sharing their own recipes for seasonal ingredients, so if you have a wonderful recipe for zucchini bread or pesto or anything else in season right now, please pass it along. This blog is also a forum for us to share the wealth of recipes hidden in our kitchens!
P.S. If you haven’t seen the BusinessWeek.com story yet, make sure you read all the way to the end to see what I said!