My second book, Forage, Harvest, Feast is a wild foods cookbook. It it written for foragers and greenmarket shoppers, cooks and gardeners. There are indigenous North American plants in its pages well as some notorious and international weeds. By way of culinary persuasion I hope to change the way you view your spice shelf and replenish the crisper drawer: There are unused and forgotten botanical flavors right under our noses.
My first book, 66 Square Feet - A Delicious Life, offers monthly menus and recipes inspired by the year's 12 micro seasons, as I experienced them from the perspective of a rooftop gardener, forager and cook. It is available on Amazon, or you can order to it from your local bookstore.
It is "creative nonfiction, cut from the same cloth as great nature writing," writes Gabrielle Langholtz, former editor of Edible Manhattan and the hefty tome America: The Cookbook.
When I am not writing and reading and recipe testing and gardening (or washing the dishes), I am walking in the woods. To join me, sign up for my mailing list via my contact page.