MPR's Appetites: For all of Lake Superior's food gems, go full circle

By Tom Crann

Norton_Lake coverThe world's largest freshwater lake is an obvious source of inland seafood, but its shoreline communities have honed a much broader food culture worth exploring.

James Norton and Becca Dilley of the Heavy Table blog spent some time chronicling what the area has to offer in their new book, "Lake Superior Flavors: A Field Guide to Food and Drink along the Circle Tour."

Norton joined MPR News' Tom Crann to talk about what they found. Keep reading here.

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