Hungry for Harbor Country: Recipes and Stories from the Coast of Southwest Michigan
May 12, 2020
8.8 X 11.1 X 0.9 inches | 2.8 pounds
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About the Author
Lindsay Navama is a natural foods product expert, writer, recipe developer, and food blogger. She has appeared as the resident chef on Simon Fuller's If I Can Dream, as a culinary guest on KTLA, and as a host on Plum TV in Aspen, Colorado. Originally from California, she now splits her time between Chicago and Harbor Country, Michigan.
Praise for Hungry for Harbor Country "As a chef and a longtime resident of south Michigan, I am incredibly fortunate to have a wealth of local farmers and produce right at my fingertips. Lindsay's recipes reflect the simple, seasonal cooking style of midwesterners--which is best when shared with family and friends."--Chef J. Joho, chef and proprietor of Everest, Chicago "I was so delighted to stumble across Hungry for Harbor Country, an amazing cookbook. It's a marriage of a few of my favorite things: peace and quiet in Harbor Country, local farmers, seasonal gluten-free recipe options, and beautiful stories."--Teri Turner, author of the bestselling cookbook No Crumbs Left "Navama masterfully weaves together local food artisans with local residents' recipes to take you on a delicious culinary adventure of this special, peaceful Michigan region."--Susan Szymanski, publisher of Plate magazine "Navama's lightheartedness and infections personality leap from each page. Her recipes enlist familiar midwestern ingredients in completely novel ways, and you'd be hard-pressed to dispute her deep culinary knowledge and affinity for the region's bounty."--Carly Boers, contributing dining critic at Chicago magazine "Lindsay's whimsical personality shines as she transports us to her Harbor Country kitchen. She incorporates important chef tips that make every delicious recipe a success."--Vivian May, chef and proprietor of Luisa's Cafe and Harbert Swedish Bakery "Those who cook from Hungry for Harbor Country will be grateful . . . that this once-reluctant Midwesterner took to the kitchen to make Harbor Country her home."--Edible Michiana "Filled with local flavor in the form of adventurous recipes and eye-catching art."--Harbor Country News