Thank you to Bellingham Alive and Cascadian Weekly–great articles on FoodWISE and its launch on January 14 at the downtown Bellingham Community Food Co-op!

See here: Thank you, Amy Kepferle of the Cascadia Weekly! Hope to see you all on the 14th at the co-op!…/c…/starting_small_ending_big Foodwise Starting small, ending big ATTEND What: FoodWISE Book Release Celebration When: 6 pm Tue., Jan. 14 Where: Community Food Co-op Cost: $5 (fee can be applied toward book purchase) Info: By Amy Kepferle  

Omnivore’s Delight

Holiday dinner–Omnivore’s Delight…. Falafel with cucumber yoghurt, meatloaf with local meats, Ratatouille, sauteed tofu, our sheep cheeses including the new Shaw roquefort!  

Gigi’s interview with KGMI: FoodWISE

Shout-out to KGMI reporter Tessa McLeod and afternoon producer Lauren Murphy for a very comfortable interview format! Tessa interviewed me on December 19. You can listen to it here:

FoodWISE: The audiobook!

Hello friends, thank you for all your FoodWISE support! I thought I’d share a clip of Julie Slater’s beautiful narration of the book. I’m pretty sure now that the book won’t be out until its OSD (on-sale date) of January 14–although I thought I’d have a few advance copies. But, the advance copies really aren’t…

Gigi’s interview with Sea Change Radio

Check out the new interview–recorded and broadcast today with Sea Change Radio: Gigi’s interview with Sea Change Radio Gigi Berardi: Eating Well, Eating Wisely

The book is here (sort of)!

The book is here (sort of)! I got hold of an early, early copy (without back cover, index, endorsements, but still…produced a couple of months ago…while I was still editing!). This  is what it looks like–the photo is of me holding the book in front of Bellingham’s Village Books. I was there for a before-the-store-is-actually-opened…

FoodWISE choices and winter garlic

Here is an excerpt from my new book, FoodWISE, with a favorite recipe. Cooking with an eye to  time and money is what we all have to do—especially those of us with families, other caregiving responsibilities, out-of-home work, and/or limited budgets. The example comes to mind of a good friend, who manages to feed a…