Tasting and Touring Michigan’s Homegrown Food embraces the surging interest in eating local food for our physical and economic health, and for tasting the pleasure of simple, delicious, beautiful food.
This culinary tour reaches north from the cranberry bogs and thimbleberry jam of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to the southeastern inner city garden plots of Detroit. Michigan grows homespun food from every corner of the state to its great Great Lakes.
Seasoned journalist Jaye Beeler and award winning photographer Dianne Carroll Burdick team up to take you there through their visual and descriptive look at the essence of agricultural Michigan.
Pub date: May 1st