Foodshed: An Edible Alberta Alphabet Paperback – Apr 3 2012
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While the stories are about Alberta growers and producers, their stories are relevant to anyone interested in sustainable eating. Foodshed is sure to take you on a journey beyond your local farmers market and into the heart of local living. —Savour Life Magazine(2012-01-07)
Dee has known these farmers for a long time. She has nurtured her relationships with them and it shows. Their stories are personal and real . . . But throughout all this, it is the deep connection to the land that stands out. —Culinaire(2012-01-09)
As an author, an artist, a cook, a thinker . . . dee has created an important treatise on the evolution of culinary Alberta. This is a great book, as free-form and unconventional as the author herself. —Anita Stewart, culinary activist, author, founder of Food Day Canada, and member of the Order of Canada(2012-03-04)
In [Foodshed], along with the main dish of stories aligned with each letter of the alphabet, [Hobsbawn-Smith] has seasoned the offering with 26 original recipes. She also serves up well-researched explanations of current food issues and trends, and still manages to keep the whole meal appetizing enough that we'll want to go out and reap the bounty of her creative A-Z harvest. —Calgary Herald(2012-04-22)
Foodshed is a rich encyclopedia of facts, farm-gate lore and original recipes. It's also a politically engaging narrative in which Hobsbawn-Smith articulates the challenges and joys faced by small-scale producers in Alberta. —The Globe and Mail(2012-09-04)
Foodshed: An Edible Alberta Alphabet by dee Hobsbawn-Smith was voted best Alberta cookbook in CBC Books' Cross-Country Cookbook Shelf.(2012-10-07)
"Foodshed: An Edible Prairie Alphabet recieves third place in the Les Dames d' Escoffier International MFK Fisher Award for Excellence in Culinary Writing."(2014-06-01)
About the Author
Dee Hobsbawn-Smith is a poet, writer, chef, educator, and advocate. Between 1992 and 1994, she was chef and co-owner of Foodsmith, a Calgary restaurant that featured locally raised ingredients on a menu that changed daily. For eight years, Dee wrote a column for the Calgary Herald called “The Curious Cook.” She also hosted an annual farm tour for the City Palate for twelve years. These experiences provided her with ample opportunity to visit growers in their fields. Foodshed is her fifth book; she is currently working on a poetry manuscript and a short story collection. She lives west of Saskatoon with her partner and their pets.
Please visit dee online at www.curiouscook.net .