The Bookshelf: Harvest to Heat

Harvest to HeatWith more and more chefs taking up the mantle of the locavore movement, we rarely find ourselves sitting down to a menu that doesn’t recognize the sources of its ingredients. These small-print acknowledgements often leave us wondering about the individuals who are responsible for getting those products from farm to table. Thankfully, a new cookbook called Harvest to Heat puts artisans and farmers front and center. Its recipes are not only attributed to the chefs who cook them, but also to the small-scale craftsmen who grow, raise, or craft the essential ingredients; every dish illustrates a mutual respect and collaboration between producer and chef. Authors Darryl Estrine and Kelly Kochendorfer have also included captivating profiles on these behind-the-scenes craftsmen, many of whom work tirelessly to advance local- and national-scale causes when they aren’t doting on their products. Dave Hoyle of Creative Growers in Nori, Oregon, has introduced Naomi

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Awards Watch: One Week Left to Enter Books


Whoopie pies. Whiskey. Recipes from Hogwarts. These are just a few of the subjects you can find in our burgeoning library of 2011 JBF Book Awards submissions. Got a cookbook or food-related tome that you think deserves consideration? The deadline for entries is December 15; click here to download the official entry form.

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