Join us on Thursday, June 25 at 5pm PST when Gina Rae La Cerva discusses her new book Feasting Wild: In Search of the Last Untamed Food with SF Chronicle Food Critic Soleil Ho on Zoom.
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Praise for Feasting Wild
"Delves into not only what we eat around the world, but what we once ate and what we have lost since then." —A New York Times Book Review Summer Reading Selection
"A memorable, genre-defying work that blends anthropology and adventure.––Elizabeth Kolbert, New York Times-bestselling author of The Sixth Extinction
About Feasting Wild
In Feasting Wild, geographer and anthropologist Gina Rae La Cerva embarks on a global culinary adventure to trace our relationship to wild foods. Throughout her travels, La Cerva reflects on how colonialism and the extinction crisis have impacted wild spaces, and reveals what we sacrifice when we domesticate our foods —including biodiversity, Indigenous and women’s knowledge, a vital connection to nature, and delicious flavors. In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, La Cerva investigates the violent “bush meat” trade, tracking elicit delicacies from the rainforests of the Congo Basin to the dinner tables of Europe. In a Danish cemetery, she forages for wild onions with the esteemed staff of Noma. In Sweden––after saying goodbye to a man known only as The Hunter––La Cerva smuggles freshly-caught game meat home to New York in her suitcase, for a feast of “heartbreak moose.”
Thoughtful, ambitious, and wide-ranging, Feasting Wild challenges us to take a closer look at the way we eat today, and introduces an exciting new voice in food journalism.
About Gina Rae La Cerva
Gina Rae La Cerva is a geographer, environmental anthropologist, and award-winning writer who has traveled extensively to research a variety of environmental and food-related topics. A National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow, La Cerva holds a Master of Environmental Science from Yale University's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and a Master of Philosophy from the University of Cambridge. La Cerva lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
About Soleil Ho
Soleil Ho is an American chef, food writer, podcaster, and restaurant critic. Formerly co-host of the podcast The Racist Sandwich, she is now the restaurant critic for the San Francisco Chronicle.
"Delves into not only what we eat around the world, but what we once ate and what we have lost since then." --A New York Times Book Review Summer Reading Selection
"A memorable, genre-defying work that blends anthropology and adventure.--Elizabeth Kolbert, New York Times-bestselling author of The Sixth Extinction
A Junior Library Guild Selection
2018 VLA Graphic Novel Diversity Award Winner
2019 Prism Award Winner
"This fresh and tasty comic provides an enticing introduction to a less-traveled area of cuisine." -- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
"Simply delightful." -- BOOK RIOT