Georgia Pellegrini introduces us to timely stories of artisan food devotees around the U.S. and beyond. Filled with colorful anecdotes, photographs and more than 32 treasured recipes, Food Heroes: Sixteen Culinary Artisans Preserving Tradition offers a human glimpse into the artisanal food movement. Pellegrini transports us vicariously with descriptive mouth-watering experiences for armchair travelers and food lovers who might wonder what if it would be like to drop everything and pursue their passion.” Website: Georgia Pellegrini;
 
Georgia Pellegrini’s passion for artisanal food began when she was a child growing up in the Hudson Valley, where her family raised chickens and honeybees. She attended Wellesley College and Harvard University, and after a brief sting on Wall Street she went on to attend the French Culinary Institute in New York. Pellegrini has worked in two of New York’s most esteemed restaurants–Gramercy Tavern and Blue Hill at Stone

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