Book of the Month, Oct. 2020 - Size Matters

October 2020 – Size Matters

AgBookClub's October selection, Size Matters: Why We Love to Hate Big Food by Charlie Arnot of The Center for Food Integrity, has been on the AgBookClub bookshelf for a while and we're excited to finally have it on the reading list this fall. Food today is more abundant and affordable than ever before, but experiences… Continue reading October 2020 – Size Matters

Aug. 2020 - Butter: A Rich History, Book of the Month

August 2020 – Butter: A Rich History

AgBookClub's August selection, Butter: A Rich History by Elaine Khosrova, "serves up a story as rich, textured, and culturally relevant as butter itself." "From its humble agrarian origins to its present-day artisanal glory, butter has a fascinating story to tell, and Khosrova is the perfect person to tell it. With tales about the ancient butter… Continue reading August 2020 – Butter: A Rich History

Book of the Month, July 2020 - The Cooking Gene

July 2020 – The Cooking Gene

AgBookClub's July selection, The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South, by Michael W. Twitty, is a timely look at race and food in the Old South. There's something special about Southern food. Barbeque. Soul food. Comfort food like biscuits and greens, okra and gumbo. But who owns those foods?… Continue reading July 2020 – The Cooking Gene

Book of the Month, June 2020 - Unnaturally Delicious

June 2020 – Unnaturally Delicious

AgBookClub's June selection, Unnaturally Delicious: How Science and Technology Are Serving Up Super Foods to Save the World, by Jayson Lusk, tackles the topic of how technology and agriculture can partner to address many of today's polarizing concerns about food. You might remember reading another title by Jayson Lusk, The Food Police, back in February 2018.… Continue reading June 2020 – Unnaturally Delicious

Book of the Month, May 2020 - The Food Explorer

May 2020 – The Food Explorer

AgBookClub's May selection, The Food Explorer: The True Adventures of the Globe-Trotting Botanist Who Transformed What America Eats by Daniel Stone, follows the adventures of David Fairchild. In the nineteenth century, Americans had a relatively bland diet by today's standards. By the turn of the twentieth century, Fairchild began to change that, exploring the globe and… Continue reading May 2020 – The Food Explorer