Ok, it's not really that deep. But it will be a good way to keep on top of the Foody in Training excitement!
I bought a new cookbook yesterday and I'm exciting to look through it and pick out some new recipes to try. It is called The Organic Seasonal Cookbook by Liz Franklin. It is all about cooking and eating locally and it also talks about the importance of sustainable farming. The book is split up in to 4 sections (seasons) and goes through what foods are in season in the fall, winter, spring and summer and then provides recipes for the seasonal ingredients.
I paged through it a bit this weekend and I think it's going to be a nice addition to my ever-growing cookbook collection. I'm trying my best to eat locally and utilize farmers markets for my groceries instead of the supermarkets and over-processed foods. I also just finished a book "French Women Don't Get Fat" which was a fun read and the author talked a lot about the European way of cooking and eating seasonal foods. It reminded me how I want to try and adopt that mind set when grocery shopping and planning meals. It takes a little extra effort to eat locally and seasonally in Cincinnati, but it's definitely doable. Cincinnati has a great local market Findlay Market and summer time is a great time to visit all of the area farmers markets.
Happy Summer eating!