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"Like most Sur La Table books, it's a feast for the eyes: lushly photographed, and somehow both elegant and earthy. Fortunately, Eating Local cooks as good as it looks." --NPR

"This newest collection from Sur La Table (The Art and Soul of Baking; Things Cooks Love) is perfect for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) subscribers and farmers' market fans looking for ideas on how to use their produce. James Beard Award-winning food writer Fletcher profiles ten American farms with CSA programs. Since the book focuses on fresh, seasonal produce, recipes are organized by primary ingredient rather than course." --Library Journal

"James Beard Award-winning writer Janet Fletcher is garnering considerable buzz for her newest cookbook, "Eating Local: The Cookbook Inspired by America's Farmers", with its glorious photographs and 150 tempting recipes. Stories and images from 10 small family farms are interspersed among recipes" --Mercury News
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ISBN-10:  0740791443
ISBN-13:  978-0740791444
Author:  Sur La Table
Genre:  Cooking, Food & Wine
Publisher:  Andrews McMeel Publishing
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review by . July 27, 2010
Formerly of Chez Panisse, food writer Fletcher builds her cookbook around the CSA - community sustainable agriculture - model, in which locals buy shares in a farm, providing income to the farmer and fresh food for themselves. Fletcher profiles 10 farms, from 75 to 1500 members, from Oregon to Massachusetts.    Illustrated with enticing photographs of the produce, people, places and dishes, the book is divided into three sections - Vegetables, Fruits, and Meat, Poultry and Eggs. …
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