Comestible: Issue 6
The Comestible shop is on winter break until the end of January. Please note that any orders made will be shipped at that tie. Thank you for understanding.
Here is a taste of what awaits you in the sixth issue of Comestible:
-The Korean tradition of making kimchi
-The effects of immigration crackdown on farmworkers
-Female conservationists in the shellfisheries of New England
-The art (and science) of grafting apples to preserve heirloom varietals
As always, there is a collection of seasonal recipes.
Details: 64 pages, 5.25 x 7.75 inches. Bound in saddle stitch, to make it easier to open and lay flat when you're putting it on your kitchen counter to make a recipe. Printed on recycled, FSC-certified paper at a local, Pacific Northwest-based printer.
International Shipping: Additional duties may apply
Contributors to Issue 6: