Tasting & Touring Michigan's Homegrown Food: A Culinary Roadtrip
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Tasting & Touring Michigan's Homegrown Food: A Culinary Roadtrip

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This book explores Michigan's astonishingly vast peninsulas both with varied landscapes. With stunning photography of Dianne Carroll Burdick Michigan's flavor frontier became a photo essay. The culinary search for Michigan's homegrown connects us to this place we call Michigan.
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Published May 10th 2012 by Arbutus Press (first published October 4th 2011)
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this was a great book on our Michigan food industry. I was happy to see so many friends featured in the pages. heartbroken that trillium is no longer.
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“Many Detroiters, for example, are beginning to see urban agriculture as a real part of the solution; to grow things right where people live, where they work, and definitely need healthier food on the table. Green city gardens are scattered throughout Detroit now, from the schoolyard at Catherine Ferguson Academy for pregnant teens and teen moms, to reclaimed land owned by a local order of Catholic friars (Earthworks), to a seven-acre organic farm in Rouge Park. Together, city gardeners, nonprofit organizations, and the Greening of Detroit resource agency are writing a new local-food story of urban Michigan.” 0 likes
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