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The Chesapeake Table: Your Guide to Eating Local

Available at these local booksellers – if they are out, please ask them to restock!

The Ivy Bookshop – Baltimore
Busboys and Poets – Hyattsville
My Dead Aunt’s Books – Hyattsville
Glen’s Garden Market – Washington, DC
Politics and Prose Bookstore Connecticut Avenue and Union Market locations – Washington, DC (signed copies!)
Curious Iguana – Frederick (signed copies!)
National Building Museum Shop – Washington, DC
Over the Moon Bookstore – Crozet, VA
UVA Bookstore – Charlottesville, VA

Also available online (paperback or e-book) from Johns Hopkins University Press and Amazon.com

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The Chesapeake Table is a delightful guide full of vital tips for those committed to cherishing and conserving the local bounty of our prized mid-Atlantic region. Renee Catacalos reveals a substantial understanding of heritage, politics, and advocates from the perspective only a true local could offer to her readers.”

Todd and Ellen Kassoff Gray, Equinox Restaurant

“Reading this book was an absolute delight. Not only does Renee Brooks Catacalos show that eating local is possible, but that it is pleasurable, too, as you go foraging locally to savor the ‘tastes of the region.’ Read it and then seek and find local food.”

David Kline, editor of Farming Magazine