Local Food Hub’s Gift Guide

December 18, 2019

It’s that time of year! If you’re getting anxious about the presents you have yet to buy, have no fear. We’ve compiled a list of ideas to help you with gifts for the foodies in your life.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares

Give the locavore in your life a gift that gives all summer long. With CSA shares, participants get weekly bags of delicious produce, fresh from the farm. It’s easy to find one that fits your schedule and needs:

Bellair Farm
Phantom Hill Farm
Planet Earth Diversified
Radical Roots
Malcolm’s Market Garden

Products

Delicious, locally-made products also make perfect stocking stuffers or party gifts:

Backpocket Provisions Bloody Mary Mix
Mad Hatter Hot Sauce
The Shack Hot Sauce
Catbird Kitchen sauces: hot sauce, BBQ sauce, tomato confit, Worcestershire sauce, and chocolate caramel sauce:
Falling Bark Farm maple syrup
Found Market cookies
Locally-made vinegar

Books and films

For the friend who grows their own tomatoes: local farming

Letters to a Young Farmer (Stone Barns Center)
Miraculous Abundance ( Charles and Perrine Hervé-Gruyer)
Bringing it to the Table: On Food and Farming (Wendell Berry)
Folks, this ain’t normal (Joel Salatin)

For the equity-focused: race, food, and agriculture

The Color of Food (Natasha Bowens)
Closing the Food Gap (Mark Winne)
Farming While Black (Leah Penniman)

For the conscious consumer: books on eating

In Defense of Food (Michael Pollan)
The Omnivore’s Dilemma (Michael Pollan)
What to Eat (Marion Nestle)
The Dorito Effect (Mark Schatzker)

For the activist: food policy

Food Politics (Marion Nestle)
Local: The New Face of Food and Farming in America (Douglas Gayeton)
Everything I want to do is illegal (Joel Salatin)

For the non-reader: films

The Biggest Little Farm
Fed Up
Food Inc
A Place at the Table

 

Got ideas to add? Let us know!

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