A fascinating exploration of America's food innovators, that gives us hopeful alternatives to the industrial food system described in works like Michael Pollan's bestselling Omnivore's Dilemma
Change Comes to Dinner takes readers into the farms, markets, organizations, businesses and institutions across America that are pushing for a more sustainable food system in America.
Gustafson introduces food visionaries like Mark Lilly, who turned a school bus into a locally-sourced grocery store in Richmond, Virginia; Gayla Brockman, who organized a program to double the value of food stamps used at Kansas City, Missouri, farmers' markets; Myles Lewis and Josh Hottenstein, who started a business growing vegetables in shipping containers using little water and no soil; and Tony Geraci, who claimed unused land to create the Great Kids Farm, where Baltimore City public school students learn how to grow food and help Geraci decide what to order from local farmers for breakfast and lunch at the city schools.
Change Comes to Dinner is a smart and engaging look into America's food revolution.
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The tone of the book is highly narrative and conversational.Read Full Review of Change Comes to Dinner
Change Comes to Dinner by Katherine Gustafson is a highly worthwhile read... quality journalism to motivate the most apathetic of us to buy local, organic and seasonal.Read Full Review of Change Comes to Dinner
The combination of honest pragmatism and hoperaking makes this an unusual book, but one definitely worth adding to the shelves for balance.Read Full Review of Change Comes to Dinner
She has an entertaining, witty style of writing and the stories are incredibly interesting!Read Full Review of Change Comes to Dinner
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