In Winter's Kitchen

In Winter's Kitchen

Beth Dooley / Sep 17, 2019

In Winter s Kitchen The explosive growth of the local food movement is hardly news Michael Pollan s books sell millions and the spread of farm to table restaurants is practically viral But calls for a food revolution com

  • Title: In Winter's Kitchen
  • Author: Beth Dooley
  • ISBN: 1571313419
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The explosive growth of the local food movement is hardly news Michael Pollan s books sell millions and the spread of farm to table restaurants is practically viral But calls for a food revolution come most often from a region where the temperature rarely varies than a few degrees In the national conversation about developing a sustainable and equitable food trad The explosive growth of the local food movement is hardly news Michael Pollan s books sell millions and the spread of farm to table restaurants is practically viral But calls for a food revolution come most often from a region where the temperature rarely varies than a few degrees In the national conversation about developing a sustainable and equitable food tradition, the huge portion of our population who live where the soil freezes hard for months of the year feel like they re left out in the cold In Winter s Kitchen reveals how a food movement with deep roots in the Heartland our first food co ops, most productive farmland, and the most storied agricultural scientists hail from the region isn t only thriving, it s presenting solutions that could feed a country, rather than just a smattering of neighborhoods and restaurants Using the story of one thanksgiving meal, Dooley discovers that a locally sourced winter diet is than a possibility it can be delicious Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Hardcover, 300 pages Published December 1st 2015 by Milkweed Editions first published October 13th 2015 More Details ISBN 1571313419 ISBN13 9781571313416 Literary Awards Minnesota Book Award Nominee for Memoir Creative Nonfiction 2016 Other Editions 3 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about In Winters Kitchen, please sign up

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for my kitchen I ll absolutely try the recipes in the back and explore of Dooley s writing.Each time I read a book like this I am nudged just a bit farther along in the journey toward having a sustainable kitchen I may never get there in a comprehensive sense, but each discovery of a new food source that is whole and sustainable and unprocessed and untrucked is a small victory for our planet and for my family s health flag 3 likesLike see review Mar 15, 2016 Ann rated it it was amazing Here is my review of In Winter s Kitchen for SELCOtv leading up to the 2016 Minnesota Book Awardstp selcofo selcotv 2016 mn flag 3 likesLike see review Feb 09, 2016 Bridget rated it it was amazing My favorite book of 2015 beautifully written, wise and kind flag 2 likesLike see review Jul 22, 2018 Ben Jaques Leslie rated it it was ok I love local food I want to support farmers in my state I want agriculture that is in tune with nature and is delicious I want the US to change it s farm policy to better support small farms and move away from industrial farms So why did I feel so aggravated and this book The economics of our agricultural system are important and complicated The moments of analysis here are silly and arrogant Cheap food is important for many people Local, organic food is out of reach for many people Mos I love local food I want to support farmers in my state I want agriculture that is in tune with nature and is delicious I want the US to change it s farm policy to better support small farms and move away from industrial farms So why did I feel so aggravated and this book The economics of our agricultural system are important and complicated The moments of analysis here are silly and arrogant Cheap food is important for many people Local, organic food is out of reach for many people Mostly I just felt judged buying some non local food flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 22, 2015 Jana rated it really liked it I started this book expecting a typical food memoir but realized quickly that this book was not that While there are aspects of the book that cross into the memoir category, it is much than that It is a beautifully written book about local foods and food culture in the Northern United States, a much different place than the temperate climates of California, the northeast, and other areas that seem to be so typically talked about in foodie books I found this refreshing and relevant seei I started this book expecting a typical food memoir but realized quickly that this book was not that While there are aspects of the book that cross into the memoir category, it is much than that It is a beautifully written book about local foods and food culture in the Northern United States, a much different place than the temperate climates of California, the northeast, and other areas that seem to be so typically talked about in foodie books I found this refreshing and relevant seeing as I live in a similar climate Each chapter of the book is focused on a certain food wild rice, potatoes, milk, apples, etc that takes off into a reflection on so much than just the food, but also on the history and the heritage of the region and how it relates to that specific topic This is not a fast paced book There were times when I wanted to just move on, but when I told myself to just slow down and really concentrate on what she was saying I realized that there was so much of worth in her words For example It s taken me years to fully appreciate what it means to live in this region that gives its food so reluctantly Unlike those who live with moderate temperatures, we are governed by distinctly different seasons The dramatic weather shapes our physical and emotional landscapes We celebrate the year s changing riches the autumn s crisp air, brilliant colors, and snappy apples winter s bluster and those simmering and warming stews We yearn for spring s tender greens and pink rhubarb and delight in summer s golden corn Come July, the perfect juice split tomatoes reward our January patient We take so little for granted, and it s by getting to know the people who grow my food that I ve come to better appreciate its real value and the role it plays in my life And When asked Can local food feed the world I can only reply, Why do we think it should Its role is not to deliver the most food at the lowest cost, regardless of the flavor or nutrient content Its value cannot be measured in pounds harvested or money saved In this system, decisions are made with an eye to the soil s fertility, human health, fair wages for workers, and the animal s welfare Its highest consideration is the future, no the immediate impact on the bottom line Pages 256 257 This book has encouraged me to seek out even local products, the food I eat and the people to provide it I am left feeling warm inside flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 10, 2017 Skjam rated it really liked it Recommends it for foodies, Minnesotans Recommended to Skjam by Milkweed Editions Shelves author d, beat the backlist, foodie, published 2011 2020, readwomendecember, science technology When Beth Dooley first moved to Minneapolis from New Jersey in 1979, she was dismayed by the poor selection of fresh food in the commercial supermarket She d heard that Minnesota was a farm state, yet the wilted vegetables and sallow fruit seemed to come from somewhere else entirely But soon Ms Dooley discovered the Farmer s Market and other local food sources The first Thanksgiving in her new home wasn t quite up to snuff, but since then she s learned how to cook for a cold climate.Beth Doo When Beth Dooley first moved to Minneapolis from New Jersey in 1979, she was dismayed by the poor selection of fresh food in the commercial supermarket She d heard that Minnesota was a farm state, yet the wilted vegetables and sallow fruit seemed to come from somewhere else entirely But soon Ms Dooley discovered the Farmer s Market and other local food sources The first Thanksgiving in her new home wasn t quite up to snuff, but since then she s learned how to cook for a cold climate.Beth Dooley is a food writer who s published six cookbooks and often guests on public radio She obviously loves cooking and writing about food There s many sense words in the descriptions of land and ingredients, which makes this book mouth watering.The emphasis is on local food sourcing for the Upper Midwest, concentrating on Minnesota and western Wisconsin Each chapter focuses on an ingredient for a Thanksgiving feast, from apples to wild rice and not forgetting the turkey Along the way, she talks about relevant subjects from organic and sustainable farming through urban gardens to Native American rights.There are tales of the friends Ms Dooley has met during her searches, many of them independent farmers and small business owners who are struggling to get by She also frequently puts in stories of her family as well There s also quite a bit of politics, which may come as a surprise to people who aren t foodies, but is inescapable when you talk about locally sourced food.One subtext that struck me is that Beth Dooley has always been well enough off that she could afford to pay a little extra for the better ingredients, and to take the extra time and effort to find them and make meals from scratch This perspective may rub people who work two full time jobs and struggle even to pay for basics the wrong way She s not concerned with feeding the world so much as doing well for the future of local real food.After the main text are a number of yummy looking recipes suitable for Thanksgiving, end notes and a list of books for further reading, all with a personal touch than strictly scholarly.Aside from some redundancy which suggests the chapters first appeared as a series elsewhere, the writing is top notch.Strongly recommended to foodies who have an interest in locally sourced food, Minnesotans, and those interested in finding out where their food comes from flag Like see review Apr 07, 2018 Lauren rated it liked it _In Winter s Kitchen_ is a memoir, a collection of nonfiction food history food justice stories, and a set of recipes for residents in northern climes in particular for a Thanksgiving feast Organized by food item apples, chestnuts, wild rice, turkey, etc , it includes stories from Dooley s own life alongside tales about the food and its presence in the American food landscape, including the food marketplace I am guessing though I haven t read other reviews that her writing would encourag _In Winter s Kitchen_ is a memoir, a collection of nonfiction food history food justice stories, and a set of recipes for residents in northern climes in particular for a Thanksgiving feast Organized by food item apples, chestnuts, wild rice, turkey, etc , it includes stories from Dooley s own life alongside tales about the food and its presence in the American food landscape, including the food marketplace I am guessing though I haven t read other reviews that her writing would encourage parallels to Michael Pollan I picked up this book because 1 I love to cook and I like nonfiction books about food and environmental justice and 2 I now live in a place with long, cold, dark winters Yet even though I would seemingly be the ideal audience for the text, something about it didn t click for me Maybe the tone or maybe the dis connections between self and the larger food story of a given chapter I read to the end, but I didn t love this book I would not NOT recommend it, though, especially to anyone making home in a new, unfamiliar place and using food to do so and to anyone who loves to read the backstories to our favorite kitchen table items flag Like see review Nov 02, 2016 Lejla Custovic rated it it was amazing I was secretly hoping and this book delivers the emotions and facts about food, the kind of facts I ve been looking to find out about food There s so much mistery and lack of education about food, I cannot believe to what point we ve come as a civilized nation I grew up under no GMO food, playing with no toys essentially, and I am now realizing that everything I grab at the store is questionable This book helps me learn about the real food, ancient foods, it is helping me find ways to eat w I was secretly hoping and this book delivers the emotions and facts about food, the kind of facts I ve been looking to find out about food There s so much mistery and lack of education about food, I cannot believe to what point we ve come as a civilized nation I grew up under no GMO food, playing with no toys essentially, and I am now realizing that everything I grab at the store is questionable This book helps me learn about the real food, ancient foods, it is helping me find ways to eat well, teach my children The book is also very descriptive of some of the memories, foods, fields, etc and it adds an emotional level to this read I absolutely love it, and I feel very thankful for having found it flag 1 likeLike see review Sep 13, 2018 Jenna rated it really liked it I thought this was well put together, she opens with a story about how she first came to Minne, and how she tethered her family from the east coast to her life in Minne by making thanksgiving dinner in her first year here And then the rest of the book is organized by a food that would feature in her thanksgiving dinner corn, sweet potatoes, cheese, wheat, butter, etc She discusses the cultivation of the product, specific to Minnesotan farmers that she has gotten to know well It reads like a I thought this was well put together, she opens with a story about how she first came to Minne, and how she tethered her family from the east coast to her life in Minne by making thanksgiving dinner in her first year here And then the rest of the book is organized by a food that would feature in her thanksgiving dinner corn, sweet potatoes, cheese, wheat, butter, etc She discusses the cultivation of the product, specific to Minnesotan farmers that she has gotten to know well It reads like a love letter to Minnesota from an adopted Minnesotan that has done so much to shape the local sustainable food scene here, loved it flag Like see review Feb 08, 2017 Mandy Perlaky rated it really liked it review of another edition A fresh, in depth exploration of classic American produceI picked this book thinking it was of a recipe book of seasonal winter produce, and there are some recipes at the end, but this is than that Set in Minnesota and some other areas of the upper Great Lakes region, it is part memoir, part a look at the regional agriculture and the food it produces within the framework of a traditional American Thanksgiving meal It was much like reading Michael Pollan, except that I find her writin A fresh, in depth exploration of classic American produceI picked this book thinking it was of a recipe book of seasonal winter produce, and there are some recipes at the end, but this is than that Set in Minnesota and some other areas of the upper Great Lakes region, it is part memoir, part a look at the regional agriculture and the food it produces within the framework of a traditional American Thanksgiving meal It was much like reading Michael Pollan, except that I find her writing to be readable I learned fascinating things about chestnuts, cheese, and I gained a greater big picture understanding of sustainable agricultural flag Like see review Dec 14, 2017 Ann rated it it was ok First, let me say that I enjoy cooking many of Beth Dooley s recipes and love her features in the Strib And, as a long time CSA and co op member, I get the importance of being aware of where our food comes from However, I just can t get behind a book that doesn t address the economic issues of the consumer Even a solidly middle class customer like myself can t afford to buy only organics Much as I would love to use Hope butter and Sunrise flour all the time, our budget simply doesn t allow f First, let me say that I enjoy cooking many of Beth Dooley s recipes and love her features in the Strib And, as a long time CSA and co op member, I get the importance of being aware of where our food comes from However, I just can t get behind a book that doesn t address the economic issues of the consumer Even a solidly middle class customer like myself can t afford to buy only organics Much as I would love to use Hope butter and Sunrise flour all the time, our budget simply doesn t allow for it Also, the hybrid ironic nature of the book as part memoir, part expository essay, didn t work for me flag Like see review Aug 06, 2018 Elizabeth Rynecki rated it it was amazing On my recent visit to Omnivore Books in San Francisco I knew I wanted cooking inspiration, but I sought it in the form of memoirs rather than cookbooks I tag team read both Home Cooking and In Winter s Kitchen Both Dooley and Coleen have unique voices, but both convey their love and respect for food and the importance of eating well These two books did not disappoint Thanks to both, I ve renewed my long dormant home delivery of produce and I m inspired to try out some new recipes flag Like see review Jul 03, 2018 Alice rated it it was amazing review of another edition I really enjoyed this book And I feel motivated to seek out several of the items she discussed Red Turkey Wheat, Hope Creamery butter, heritage apples, and the new American Chestnut I learned a lot and I feel better for having knowledge about some of our local foods But as a vegetarian I wasn t able to read most of the turkey chapter flag Like see review Jun 27, 2017 Catherine Edmundson rated it it was amazing review of another edition Excellent read on flavors of the upper Midwest Found this lovely, nonfiction book to be a wealth of insights on natural food sources of the upper Midwest Beautifully written, it made my heart swell with love for the people and foods of my new home in northeastern Wisconsin Well done flag Like see review Dec 06, 2016 Danielle rated it really liked it Overall, this book was informative and well written This book pertains to food and how to be sustainable living in the Midwest Sustainability is the conversation that always needs to be brought to the table I enjoyed all the personal stories that Dooley ties into with all the facts I personally recommend Animal, Miracle, Vegetables by Barbara Kingsolver flag Like see review Mar 30, 2018 Larissa rated it it was amazing Wonderful book I live near to the area that is featured and I have many places to visit I m not originally from this area I m actually from the east coast, like the author so I have a lot in common with her discovery of the food heritage of the Upper Midwest I learned a lot and I can t wait to continue the journey flag Like see review Sep 30, 2017 Jen rated it it was amazing Shelves own, won, signed I really enjoyed savoring bits of this over time, and am inspired to try some of the recipes I m a native Minnesotan, and I loved reading the stories about our local farms, farmers, and cooks Now I need to track down some real wild rice flag Like see review Aug 12, 2018 Betsy rated it it was amazing review of another edition Local Farmer s markets and why we should use themInspiring novel of the impact of the local farmer s markets and why we should cultivate their use Wish she had recipes flag Like see review Sep 16, 2017 Krysten rated it really liked it Shelves nonfiction, food 4.5 stars It s what I wanted that Barbara Kingsolver book to be, but way better And local as fuck I m hungry flag Like see review Jun 11, 2018 Morgan rated it it was amazing review of another edition I would read this over and over again if I could Such a peaceful and thoughtful take on food writing and food culture flag Like see review Oct 10, 2018 Amanda rated it really liked it Review here flag Like see review Jan 27, 2018 Diane rated it really liked it Shelves pop sugar challenge 2018, locale mn, non fiction Our local author describes how many of the winter food we eat can be locally sourced And sustainable as well as healthier This will make me look at where and how I buy food to put on our table flag Like see review Mar 15, 2018 Alyssa Quinney rated it really liked it This book gave me several feelings I read this while the outside was a frozen, snow covered wasteland still is and this winter has been an especially tough and long one Reading about gardening made me so excited to start planting again but also was almost torture because summer still feels so far away My garden spots are still under several feet of snow But she writes about food in such a beautiful way I never knew possible It gave me a new appreciation for it How important it is and This book gave me several feelings I read this while the outside was a frozen, snow covered wasteland still is and this winter has been an especially tough and long one Reading about gardening made me so excited to start planting again but also was almost torture because summer still feels so far away My garden spots are still under several feet of snow But she writes about food in such a beautiful way I never knew possible It gave me a new appreciation for it How important it is and how it is something all of humanity has in common It made me realize how I kind of take my ability to cook for granted and how I should share it often It reminded me how much I love cooking for others and how much food really does bring us all together cheesy but true I don t necessarily 100% agree with everything in this book but it did shed a new light on how I view the food I make and eat I spend a lot of time in my kitchen and a lot of it is rushed and often stressed but I feel like since reading this, that time has slowed down a little I close my eyes briefly and take in the smells and sounds of dinner being made I m grateful for learning to cook at a young age because it is such a big part of my life now There are still rushed dinner preps because you can t be zen about everything all the time but there are and days where cooking feels less like a chore and like painting a picture flag Like see review Feb 28, 2017 Genevieve rated it liked it This book had information worth telling about local food growers producers in Minnesota and western Wisconsin Even though we have months of winter, the organic farmers in this region produce bountiful crops I liked the personal stories that the author told about her family as well Somehow the mash up of the personal stories and the food articles didn t work as well for me as it could have Overall worth reading and it has some good looking recipes in the back as well flag Like see review Jan 21, 2016 Linda added it I took a long time reading this And not only because it is a seasonal food book I did enjoy some of the chapters, but often, I got this odd feeling of disconnect I don t know why I simply can t explain it But it failed to engage me, again and again I liked some of the chapters and some of them are not relevant to me I m not even going to eat a heritage turkey I am so tired of all the talk about what we put in our mouths, I am about ready to go vegan I know that sounds like the a I took a long time reading this And not only because it is a seasonal food book I did enjoy some of the chapters, but often, I got this odd feeling of disconnect I don t know why I simply can t explain it But it failed to engage me, again and again I liked some of the chapters and some of them are not relevant to me I m not even going to eat a heritage turkey I am so tired of all the talk about what we put in our mouths, I am about ready to go vegan I know that sounds like the antithesis of what an exasperated person would do, but I ve been sick for too long to let anything go in my body that I don t know what it is any And I was simply horrified to find that organic doesn t always mean what you think it does.Anyway, this book would do a good job of opening up a conversation But I simply don t feel like I have the leisure that the author does to do things the way she does them However, there are some good recipes in back and I might use some of them The chapters on cheese and wild rice were instructive Some chapters, of course, better than others I don t know if I agree with the insertion of memoir type sections into the food discussion It just felt odd at times flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 16, 2018 Esther Jones rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves dancing the land, favorite books I can t praise this book enough I love stories that teach me things Part memoir, part bookitized documentary, Dooley takes you on a journey to connect the dots between the food on your plate, the people who cared for it, and the rich histories behind it all I apprenticed on a small organic farm in 2017 and this book felt like reading the journal I never wrote flag Like see review Dec 01, 2016 Kirsten Bansen rated it liked it I really enjoyed this sweet book and the way it is organized around major crops and themes in Minnesota s sustainable ag world I felt that some of the chapters created a little unneccessary tension in their longing for a return to an agrarian past honeycrisp apple vs heritage apples And I wondered if some glossed over a few facts in an effort to paint farmer as hero raw milk But on the whole, it was a compelling read and I would recommend it as a motiviating primer on local ag in the upp I really enjoyed this sweet book and the way it is organized around major crops and themes in Minnesota s sustainable ag world I felt that some of the chapters created a little unneccessary tension in their longing for a return to an agrarian past honeycrisp apple vs heritage apples And I wondered if some glossed over a few facts in an effort to paint farmer as hero raw milk But on the whole, it was a compelling read and I would recommend it as a motiviating primer on local ag in the upper Midwest flag Like see review Jun 10, 2016 Lara rated it really liked it A very interesting look at the importance of local, sustainable food using MN foods as an example The author has each chapter focus on one of the local foods of her home state and discusses why the practices of growing and harvesting, protecting, enjoying, utilizing of these foods is so important to the land, it s people and the future If you don t want to start paying for your own local milk, don t read this book It will make you want to do this There were spots in this book that I kin A very interesting look at the importance of local, sustainable food using MN foods as an example The author has each chapter focus on one of the local foods of her home state and discusses why the practices of growing and harvesting, protecting, enjoying, utilizing of these foods is so important to the land, it s people and the future If you don t want to start paying for your own local milk, don t read this book It will make you want to do this There were spots in this book that I kinda glazed over and ended up skimming some, it is a wonderful book with a wonderful message flag Like see review Jan 04, 2016 Andy Harvey rated it liked it A little bit wandering through subject matters than the titles of the chapters would suggest More of a compilation of short essays than a consistent through line but still a fun book about the North s Produce and eating through all seasons not just winter flag Like see review Apr 18, 2016 Ke rated it liked it This memoir reportage cookbook is about some prominent foods from Upper Midwest I gave it 3 stars because I especially liked the memoir parts, but didn t like the reportage parts as much No comment regarding the cookbook parts, as I am a terrible cook flag Like see review previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Readers Also Enjoyed

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    1. Gorgeously written, In Winter s Kitchen is almost an Omnivore s Dilemma for the Minnesotan I loved the vignettes of all the farmers who produce in this region and learned so much about where I can find some good local food for my kitchen I ll absolutely try the recipes in the back and explore of Dooley s writing.Each time I read a book like this I am nudged just a bit farther along in the journey toward having a sustainable kitchen I may never get there in a comprehensive sense, but each Gorgeo [...]


    2. Here is my review of In Winter s Kitchen for SELCOtv leading up to the 2016 Minnesota Book Awardstp selcofo selcotv 2016 mn



    3. I love local food I want to support farmers in my state I want agriculture that is in tune with nature and is delicious I want the US to change it s farm policy to better support small farms and move away from industrial farms So why did I feel so aggravated and this book The economics of our agricultural system are important and complicated The moments of analysis here are silly and arrogant Cheap food is important for many people Local, organic food is out of reach for many people Mos I love l [...]


    4. I started this book expecting a typical food memoir but realized quickly that this book was not that While there are aspects of the book that cross into the memoir category, it is much than that It is a beautifully written book about local foods and food culture in the Northern United States, a much different place than the temperate climates of California, the northeast, and other areas that seem to be so typically talked about in foodie books I found this refreshing and relevant seei I starte [...]


    5. When Beth Dooley first moved to Minneapolis from New Jersey in 1979, she was dismayed by the poor selection of fresh food in the commercial supermarket She d heard that Minnesota was a farm state, yet the wilted vegetables and sallow fruit seemed to come from somewhere else entirely But soon Ms Dooley discovered the Farmer s Market and other local food sources The first Thanksgiving in her new home wasn t quite up to snuff, but since then she s learned how to cook for a cold climate.Beth Doo Whe [...]


    6. _In Winter s Kitchen_ is a memoir, a collection of nonfiction food history food justice stories, and a set of recipes for residents in northern climes in particular for a Thanksgiving feast Organized by food item apples, chestnuts, wild rice, turkey, etc , it includes stories from Dooley s own life alongside tales about the food and its presence in the American food landscape, including the food marketplace I am guessing though I haven t read other reviews that her writing would encourag _In Win [...]


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