Stratford Food: An Edible History

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Overview
Discover the impact food and food culture have had on the charming city of Stratford, Ontario. Acclaimed events like the Savour Stratford Perth County Culinary Festival have put Stratford on the map as a destination for foodies. How did this relatively small city develop such a significant culinary reputation? The story stretches back to the very roots of Stratford; food and agriculture have always been a critical element of the city's cultural milieu. In fact the deed for Stratford City Hall includes a condition that its operations must always accommodate a farmers market. Generations of Stratford residents have nurtured the area's food heritage, and a nationally renowned theater scene have made it possible for the small city to support dozens of world-class restaurants.
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ISBN: 9781626195660
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: Ontario
Images: 63
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Steve Stacey is a Stratford food activist and writer. Since 2011 he has been the executive director of the Local Community Food Centre, an organization that provides community meals, cooking skills programs, community gardens and social justice initiatives as well as healthy local food distribution to the area's not-for-profits. Steve was Stratford's official food blogger, The Local-Come-Lately, in 2010, 12. He was also the coordinator of the Slow Food Sunday Market in Stratford from 2010 to 2014.
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