Jessica prentice

Jessica Prentice is a professional chef, author, and founding member of Three Stone Hearth, a Community Supported Kitchen in Berkeley, California. She is known for coining the word locavore,[1] which defines a movement in which people seek to eat locally grown foods, often defined as those available within a 100-mile radius.

Jessica's book Full Moon Feast: Food and the Hunger for Connection not only provides recipes but also seeks to re-connect the reader with the traditions of food and how it is grown.

She also starred as Pepper on the popular 1982 children's television show Powerhouse, which aired on PBS.

References

External links

  • Wise Food Ways, Jessica Prentice's Web Site
  • Three Stone Hearth community-supported kitchen
  • Locavores


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