Food Tank is pleased to share our winter reading list with Southern Farm & Garden. This is a compilation of 20 cookbooks that will help eaters stay warm and nourished no matter where they live. These 20 books include recipes from hearty stews and insect burgers to dishes that focus on seasonal vegetables and using food that would otherwise be wasted. For the complete list please subscribe online today or pick up a copy at your local Barnes & Noble, grocery store or natural food market.
What is Food Tank?
As much as we need new thinking on global food system issues, we also need new doing. Around the world, people and organizations have developed innovative, on-the-ground solutions to the most pressing issues in food and agriculture. Through years of field visits (and years of trying to eat better in her own community) our President Danielle Nierenberg has helped to highlight and promote these best practices. Today, we hope to bridge the domestic and global food issues by highlighting how hunger, obesity, climate change, unemployment, and other problems can be solved by more research and investment in sustainable agriculture.
Food Tank highlights hope and success in agriculture. We feature innovative ideas that are already working on the ground, in cities, in kitchens, in fields and in laboratories. These innovations need more attention, more research, and ultimately more funding to be replicated and scaled-up. And that is where we need you. We all need to work together to find solutions that nourish ourselves and protect the planet.
Food Tank is a 501(c)3 non profit organization. All donations and membership dues are tax deductible.
Southern Farm & Garden is proud to be recognized on Food Tank's Top 20 magazine list for "People who Eat, Cook or Grow."
Danielle and her team are regular contributors to Southern Farm & Garden.
Danielle Nierenberg, President