NYC Design Collaborative Shows Communities How To Cook with Ingredients from the Sidewalk

August 31, 2012 by  
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For consumers, knowing where our food comes from and finding alternative sources to the big-box grocery store is an important part of the sustainable food conversation. Luckily, our friends at SPURSE , an NYC-based research and design collaborative, have once again put their think-outside-the-box spin on this very subject — but they need our help. Their newest project, the Eat Your Sidewalk Cookbook , is not just about recipes, it also doubles as an art book, a field guide to wild edible plants, and a manifesto on what “local” means beyond a consumer’s point of view. In order to get this project off the ground they are featuring it on Kickstarter, and with just two days left for people to donate money time is running out! Read the rest of NYC Design Collaborative Shows Communities How To Cook with Ingredients from the Sidewalk Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: design collaborative NYC , Eat Your Sidewalk Cookbook , feeding communities , food and urban environments , food from sidewalks , local food , local food manifesto , sidewalk food , slow food movement , SPURSE , sustainable food

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