Feed the Resistance: Recipes + Ideas for Getting Involved (Julia Turshen Book, Cookbook for Activists)


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$14.95  $13.90
Chronicle Books
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5.4 X 7.3 X 0.7 inches | 0.61 pounds

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About the Author

Julia Turshen is the bestselling author of Feed the Resistance, named the Best Cookbook of 2017 by Eater, and Small Victories, named one of the Best Cookbooks of 2016 by The New York Times and NPR. She has coauthored numerous cookbooks including It's All Good with Gwyneth Paltrow, and hosted the first two seasons of Radio Cherry Bombe. She has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, T Magazine, Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, Saveur, and SELF. Epicurious has called her one of the 100 Greatest Home Cooks of All Time. Julia lives in the Hudson Valley with her wife and pets.


"What can you do? Cook for your community and yourself.Simple food-honestly sourced and lovingly made-creates connections, gives fuel to the fight, starves ignorance and apathy. Where to start? With a spoon and a pot and this inspiring, instructive book."-Adam Sachs, Editor in Chief, Saveur
"What an incredible reminder of the power of food to bring people together. This book will inspire you, will make you want to talk, to listen, and to act. It will also make you very hungry."-Abbi Jacobson, Co-creator and Co-star, Broad City
"The best cookbooks are catalogs of ideas."-John T. Edge, Director, Southern Foodways Alliance, and Author, The Potlikker Papers
"Julia Turshen is my 'shero.' In Feed the Resistance, she gives us a manifesto for food activism. From essays by fellow food fighters like Bryant Terry, Caleb Zigas, and Shakirah Simley to a resource list for novices to recipes that can feed small gatherings or multitudes, she blazes a trail for those who want to use food to create change. If that weren't enough, all profits go to the ACLU. Buy this book and begin your own food journey."-Dr. Jessica B. Harris, Culinary Historian and Author, My Soul Looks Back
"As a food writer, you're often told to 'stick to food.' Julia Turshen knows better. She knows that food *is* politics, from the diverse array of people who cook it to those who work so hard grow it. And if you want to get optimistic about it-and hey, why not?-it's the one thing that unites us all."-Adam Rapoport, Editor in Chief, Bon Appétit