Christine Burns Rudalevige is a seasoned food writer and classically trained cook living in Brunswick, Maine. She has worked as a chef, a farmers’ market manager, and a boutique caterer. Christine founded the Family Fish Project (a website dedicated to eating seafood at home) and later worked as a lead culinary instructor at Stonewall Kitchen. The dedicated home cook and food writer has lent her voice to regional and national media outlets, from NPR to Cooking Light. Over the past four years, Rudalevige has written the weekly “Green Plate Special” column for the Maine Sunday Telegram. These newspaper articles are the foundation for Green Plate Special.
Green Plate Special | Christine Burns Rudalevige
Finalist, Excellence in Publishing, 2018 Maine Literary Award
Winner of the 2017 Readable Feast Award for Best Socially-Conscious Cookbook; Honorable Mention for Best Cookbook of New England
In Green Plate Special, Christine Burns Rudalevige shares her recipes for sustainable and delicious meals, alongside tips and tricks for greening your kitchen and making the most of your produce. From the farmer’s market to the dessert plate, this book is filled with ideas that will surprise and delight home cooks and eco-advocates, including recipes for meatless mains, summer barbecue favorites, and mouth-watering side dishes. Featuring dozens of recipes that are good for the planet (but do not sacrifice flavor), Green Plate Special is an easy-to-digest primer for conscious, delectable living.
Format: Hardcover Book
Length: 209 pages
Publication Date: 2017
Located at the Center for Maine Craft in West Gardiner.
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