Let's Eat Local Phoenix

Let's Eat Local, a farm-to-table cookbook celebrating Phoenix-area produce produced by Arizona State University students to fight food insecurity in Phoenix. Reserve your own copy below.   

Food insecurity for many families means not having access to fresh and affordable produce. Did you know that one in five Arizonans, or 1.16 million people - disproportionately children - experience food insecurity? That means that one in four of Arizona’s children are not assured of their next meal.

The marriage of local farm produce and food insecure communities makes healthy sense, but much of the variety of local produce may be unfamiliar to many residents. The bilingual cookbook, Let's Eat Local, seeks to remedy that by offering information about local produce and recipes from local chefs, farmers and community members, along with beautiful photography by ASU students and local professional photographers. The cookbook will be distributed free inside the food insecure communities and sold to the larger community to defray printing costs.

If food or kindness is your thing, consider being a sponsor for this project!
Give a little, give a lot.
Oh yeah, and share, please!

Photo by Joanne Ingram


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