Helen Brody, cookbook author and food features writer, is currently the editor of the Culinary Historians of New York's newsletter. She was formerly the culinary director for Hay Day Country Markets (now Balducci's), where she managed recipe development and food production for four stores in Connecticut. She resides in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
A sampling of Helen's recent food articles and recipes can be found at ChefTalk.com.
Helen's latest project is the New Hampshire Farms Network, a web site that profiles local farms with a spotlight on the roles women play to make them successful. You can purchase both of Helen's books through the new site.
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|Books by Helen Brody
New Hampshire: From Farm to Kitchen
In New Hampshire: From Farm to Kitchen, Helen Brody profiles 30 of the Granite State's most important working farms. They include multigenerational farms and their methods for preserving land and heritage; farms using progressive pest and soil management techniques, whether it be Integrated Pest Management or organic farming; Community Supported Agriculture farms, where community members pre-buy a crop to guarantee income for the small farmer; and farms where those searching for a more fulfilling life have found a second career. Quick and easy recipes, using each the farm's raw ingredients, make the direct, and often overlooked, connection between the farmer who grows the food and the cook who prepares it. The forward is written by Stephen H. Taylor, New Hampshire's Commissioner of Agriculture, Markets, & Food.
Cooking with Fire:
Winner of McIlhenny New England Regional Community cookbook award, Cooking with Fire offers original 18th and early 19th century recipes with adaptations to today's tastes. Sidebars give period cooking tips that remain useful today.
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