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Food Roots By Local Foods Connection
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This cookbook highlights the diversity of the local foods movement in Iowa City, IA. Recipes are contributed by farmers and clients of Local Foods Connection who hail from Illinois, Iowa,... More > California, Mexico, Guatemala, Republic of the Sudan, The Togolese Republic, El Salvador, and Thailand.< Less
Local Food Pocket Cookbook By Beth Skwarecki
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Eat sustainably year-round with this collection of tips and recipes that answers the perpetual question of the local food eater: "What do I do with this?" Whether you're working your way... More > through a CSA box, enjoying the bounty of the farmer's market, or celebrating a favorite seasonal food, this guide will help you along. Includes recipes like: Homemade pumpkin pie Tomatillo salsa Apple salad Milk and honey ice cream Greek-style roasted lamb< Less
Local Food Pocket Cookbook By Beth Skwarecki
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Eat sustainably year-round with this collection of tips and recipes that answers the perpetual question of the local food eater: "What do I do with this?" Whether you're working your way... More > through a CSA box, enjoying the bounty of the farmer's market, or celebrating a favorite seasonal food, this guide will help you along. Includes recipes like: Homemade pumpkin pie Tomatillo salsa Apple salad Milk and honey ice cream Greek-style roasted lamb< Less
Concord : Building Local Food Connections By Christina Gibson, Jamie Pottern
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Building local food connections in Concord, Mass.
Comprehensive Local Food System Planning By Dawn Sheppard
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Planners in local jurisdictions, by paying attention to public activism, can proactively assist communities who want to work towards changing the built environment. As part of my research biases, I... More > hypothesized that sustainable agriculture, a social movement, could be aligned with food system planning to create a synergistic complement. Paired with a community food system, sustainable agriculture could be harnessed, like sunlight in the photosynthesis equation; this pair of concepts, incorporating sustainable agriculture and food systems planning, could be a central strategy to thinking globally and acting locally.< Less
Local Pubs By Peter Dunwoody
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Calendar,depicting photos of local Bars in the Area of Ballybrack,Shankill,Bray,Monkstown,Loughlinstown.of which I'm familiar with,all give excellent service,all do great food,Drop by and say hello... More > and buy a calender as a memento< Less
THINK Food, THINK Local, THINK Proud By Claire Taylor
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About local produce mainly in Devon and Kent area, exploring a small number of local producers and their recipes aswell as imagery and other recipes and your own cookbook section.
THINK Food, THINK Local, THINK Proud By Claire Taylor
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About local produce mainly in Devon and Kent area, exploring a small number of local producers and their recipes aswell as imagery and other recipes and your own cookbook section.
Central Florida Local Food Guide 2013- 2014 By Simple Living Institute, Inc.
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Organic and natural food guide for people living in central Florida. List of resources such as farms, grow your own, and local food markets & co-ops.
A Local Food Perspective: Northeast Missouri Agricultural History, Cookbook, and Food Directory By Denyse Schrenker et al.
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A book created for the Kirksville area community that gives a local perspective on food. Includes interviews with local farmers, articles relating to local food topics, the seasonality of produce... More > grown in the area, recipes that incorporate local ingredients, and a directory of local food producers.< Less