Our Blog | September 2017

Eat Your Greens - in Cookies!

by: EJ on 09/21/2017
Posted in: Food

So for all you healthy eaters out there, here is a green cookie recipe that is tasty and really healthy as well.  In Eat Your Greens: The Surprising Power of Home Grown Leaf Crops , author David Kennedy explains how to convert the leaves of common vegetables from your back yard (if you are lucky enough to live in a location that still has leaves) …

read full article

Hearty Bean and Corn Soup

by: EJ on 09/21/2017
Posted in: Food

Anthony Boutard, author of  Beautiful Corn: America's Original Grain from Seed to Plate  loves his corn and he certainly gives plenty of ideas on how to return corn to its rightful place on our dinner tables.  Here is his recipe for bean kale and corn soup.  I can't think of a heartier meal for a cool fall day. 

read full article

Bouillabaisse from the Hollyhock Cooks!

by: Sara on 09/20/2017

Fall is most certainly making itself at home here on the west coast. The chill from the rain, and the wind are starting to permeate through my bones, and the only cure is to counter it with a warm, soul serving stew. Today we share a recipe for bouillabaisse and garlic toast from the book Hollyhock: Garden to Table by Moreka Jolar & Heidi …

read full article

Spicy Korean Kimchi to Feed your Microbiome

by: Sara on 09/19/2017

It is day two of our fall sale and as promised we are posting recipes to inspire your fall menu.

Today’s recipe is from the new book The Secret Life of Your Microbiome: Why Nature and Biodiversity are Essential to Health and Happiness by Susan L. Prescott and Alan C. Logan.

In The Secret Life of Your Microbiome the authors demonstrate how we are …

read full article

Don't Eat This Book - But You Could....

by: EJ on 09/18/2017
Posted in: Events

When you buy from New Society Publishers - you are getting great books plus so much more.  We’re proud to hold to the highest environmental and social standards of any publisher in North America. This is why some of our full-colour books might cost a little more. We think it’s worth it!  Here's what goes into every book we print:

read full article