Author(s)

Brennan Johnson

Graduation Year

2016

Date of Thesis Acceptance

Spring 5-13-2016

Major Department or Program

Environmental Humanities

Advisor(s)

Don Snow

Abstract

“I submit this cookbook, then, as an attempt to inspire both appreciation and an eagerness to cook. Those two sentiments, I believe, should work hand-in-hand. This book takes up the call to action that these restaurants and their cookbooks ask of us –that we can all embrace local terroir and creative process in our own communities—but does so in a way that I hope is more accessible.” – pages 4-5

Page Count

70

Subject Headings

Cooking -- United States -- Anecdotes, Cooking -- Washington (State) -- Walla Walla, Local foods -- Washington (State), West (U.S.) -- Cooking, Whitman College 2016 -- Dissertation collection -- Environmental Humanities

Permanent URL

http://hdl.handle.net/10349/201609131326

Document Type

Public Accessible Thesis

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