Kick off 2022 with these 20 books recommended by Food Tank.
“Man In The Field” follows the artist, chef, and farm-to-table pioneer as he travels the world, connecting with local farmers and food artisans through his elaborate, pop-up feasts.
Haile Thomas, CEO of The HAPPY Organization and an internationally recognized youth health advocate, shares her recipe for roasted cauliflower with chimichurri sauce, a delicious plant-based meal from her cookbook Living Lively.
Recently released Ten Year Plan details the importance of having a long-term plan for restauranteurs to handle short-term crises.
This season, Food Tank is highlighting 20 books that encourage young eaters to learn about where their food comes from and the culinary traditions that shape the world.
The film shows how the fight for climate action will also be a battle for food sovereignty, racial justice, and gender equality around the world through the narrative of Anita Chitaya, a small farmer and local leader in the village of Bwabwa, Malawi.
“Cooking is an act of showing up in the world, of caring for ourselves and for others,” writes Beth Dooley in The Perennial Kitchen, her new cookbook showcasing local, seasonal, sustainable recipes like this oat and squash risotto.
Farmers highlight several new techniques they developed to improve the health of their crops and communities.