THE PERENNIAL KITCHEN virtual launch event with Beth Dooley

Please join a virtual launch event with author Beth Dooley on Monday, May 17 at 6:00 PM CT for a discussion of her new cookbook, THE PERENNIAL KITCHEN.
When May 17, 2021
from 18:00 PM to 19:00 PM
Where Virtual (more info below)
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Dooley517 Eventbrite.jpgPlease join Beth Dooley on Monday, May 17 at 6:00 p.m. CT for a virtual event for her new book, The Perennial Kitchen: Simple Recipes for a Healthy Future. The event is sponsored by the Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, the Forever Green Initiative, Lakewinds Food Co-op, Excelsior Bay Books, and the University of Minnesota Press. Beth will be in conversation with Prabin Bajgain, Sandy Boss Febbo, Kieran Folliard, Tre Hardy, Luke Peterson, and Tracy Singleton. You will receive the Zoom event meeting link in your registration confirmation email. (Please download Zoom at least 15 minutes prior to the meeting if you do not already have it installed.) Please register here to receive the virtual meeting information.

Books are available for purchase through our partner bookseller, Excelsior Bay Books.

In The Perennial Kitchen, James Beard Award–winning author Beth Dooley provides the context of food’s origins, along with delicious recipes, nutrition information, and tips for smart sourcing. More than a farm-to-table cookbook, this book expands the definition of “local food” to embrace regenerative agriculture, the method of growing small and large crops with ecological services. 

"Beth Dooley’s The Perennial Kitchen is not only a cookbook but also a guide for how to transform our food and agriculture systems. The regenerative agriculture practices described here are good for the planet—and delicious!" —Danielle Nierenberg, president, Food Tank, and 2020 recipient of the Julia Child Award

"Beth's natural ability for warm and descriptive food prose is such a joy to read and experience, and it shines in The Perennial Kitchen." —Sean Sherman, author of James Beard Award–winning The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen