April 2011: A Whole Book of UBC Recipes

Download the UBC Farm to Fork Cookbook!

Every month, the Healthy UBC Blog highlights a locally available food, and gives you a recipe or two to try out. The Food of the Month is our most popular article most months in the blog, and in our newsletter too!

This month, we are offering you something more. We recently received a great cookbook, Farm to Fork, from our friends at the Campus Sustainability Office. It has a number of amazing recipes from our UBC food providers, based on local foods available in the Lower Mainland. I would like to extend a special thank you to Kara Bowen for her hard work coordinating the cookbook, which was funded in part by the Healthy Workplace Initiative Program.

Download the cookbook here [.pdf] and tell us what you think!

3 Responses to “April 2011: A Whole Book of UBC Recipes”

  1. Barb says:

    These sound yummy! Mmmmmmmmmmm…

  2. Julia says:

    Just in time for spring – looking forward to trying out these recipes!

  3. Marliese says:

    Fantastic resource, and an interesting read to boot! Thanks.

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