Poppy Tooker is a culinary activist who has worked tirelessly to promote and preserve the historic food ways of New Orleans. With her motto "Eat It To Save It" she has helped revive endangered foods across the U.S. and abroad in collaboration with Slow Food's Ark of Taste. She is a contributing editor for Hallmark Magazine and regular columnist for LA Cookin' and has also written for Fine Cooking. Poppy's on-camera flair has made her a sought after guest on the Food Network, the History Channel and in multiple PBS documentaries. She lives in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Local food preservationist and Slow Foods New Orleans founder Poppy Tooker tells the story of the Crescent City Farmers Market through recipes, anecdotes, and profiles of key market vendors. Recipes selected from submissions from local chefs, vendors and shoppers with a focus on local ingredients. Forward by Alice Waters, executive chef and owner of Chez Panisse, author and farmers market advocate.
Size: 9 x 9, 208 pages, Paperback