Saturday, March 13, 2010

Resource List


• 101 cookbooks

• Cookus Interruptus

• World’s Healthiest Foods (

• Mighty Foods



• Mark Bittman blog

• Chocolate and Zucchini

• Smitten Kitchen

• Hannah’s Country Kitchen (

• Mexico Cooks

• Gourmet Sleuth

• Serious Eats

• Eating Asia (

• The Boy Done Food (

• Thai Recipes Kitchen (

• Sanjeev Kapoor

• San Luis Obispo County Farmers (

• Laptop Lunches

• Lunch in a Box (


recipes/guidelines from The Bread Builders (which Mazzi from Hideaway recommended -- also includes plans for building a wood-fired bread oven), The Village Baker (traditional European bread recipes), and The Tassajara Bread Book (good ol' hippie classics).


Feeding the Whole Family by Cynthia Lair

Nourishing Traditions Cookbook

Nourishing Traditions Cookbook

The Ancient Cookfire – Carrie L’Esperance

Italian Easy – Recipes from the London River Café by Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers

The Japances Kitchen by Hiroko Shimbo

Vegetable Every Day by Jack Bishop

Tassajara Cooking by Edward Brown

The New Vegetarian Epicure by Anna Thomas

Vegan World Fusion Cuisine: Healing Recipes & Timeless Wisdom from our Hearts to Yours by Mark Reinfeld and Bo Rinaldi

Best Ever Curry Cookbook by Mridula Baljekar

Eating Close to Home by Elin Kristina England

Mama Nature’s Bar & Grill by Dan Vishny

Kundalini Cookbook by Ek Ong KAr Singh and Jacquiline Koay

Fast Whole Food by Maria Middlestead

South of the Sahara: Traditional Cooking from the Lands of West Africa by Elizabeth A. Jackson

Horn of the Moon by Ginny Callan

The Enchanted Broccoli Forest by Molly Katzen

Laurel's Kitchen by Molly Katzen

Farmer John Cookbook from A to Z by Farmer John

From Asparagus to Zucchini

Encyclopedia of Natural Healing for Children and Infants by Mary Bove

Hungry Planet by Peter Merigel and Faith D'Alvisio

Real Food for Healthy Kids by Tracy Seaman and Tonya Wenman


I have and recommend the Family Grain Mill (attaches to my Kitchen Aid mixer); it has a plastic casing, but the grinding mechanism is steel. Here is a link if you are interested: This company lists it for 89.95 with free shipping. It is definitely a great mill for the price; I use it all the time. The one I REALLY want (but am having a tough time justifying the high price tag) is the Country Living Grain Mill ($395-sighL). Here is a link if you would like to dream with me... If you scroll down to the bottom of this page, there is a discussion about different grain mills and their benefits/drawbacks:


Food, Inc.

GMO Trilogy (2 DVD set)

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