Feeding the Hungry Ghost by Ellen Kanner
Life, Faith, and What to Eat for Dinner - A Satisfying Diet for Unsatisfying Times

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A combination of writing about food and food traditions, descriptions of cultural and religious traditions where food is central (from Haiti soup night to a recipe for a dish to break the fast of Ramadan). The book is broken into parts: seeds; flowering; harvest; compost. She includes Judeo-Christian, Haitian, Turkish, Muslim, African, Mexican, traditions, both religious and secular, around food and how people use food to soothe, celebrate, commemorate, grieve, and connect with each other. The author is active in the sustainable eating movement and writes regularly for the Huffington Post (meatless Monday blog); Gourmet; and local Miami newsletters.
 

About Ellen Kanner

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Ellen Kanner is an award-winning food writer, Huggington Post's Meatless Monday blogger, and the syndicated columnist the Edgy Veggie. Her work has been published in Bon Appétit, Eating Well, Vegetarian Times, Every Day with Rachael Ray, and Culinate, as well as other online and print publications. An advocate for sustainable, accessible food, she has served on the Miami boards of Slow Food and Common Threads. She lives in Miami.
 
Published January 4, 2013 by New World Library. 266 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Cooking, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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A Huffington Post Meatless Monday columnist, Kanner is on a mission to share healthy international foods, along with a heaping dose of hospitality, to harried, stressed, overworked Americans who want

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