GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) - Calling all foodies! There's something new out there for you. The book 'Grand Rapids Food: A Culinary Revolution' is making waves by capturing the essence of the growing food movement in Grand Rapids. Author Lisa Rose Starner sat down with eightWest to share what's beyond the cover.
'Grand Rapids Food: A Culinary Revolution' is a modern documentary that delves into the growing food movement in Grand Rapids. The story captures the essence of Grand Rapids and the rugged individuals who are tilling the soil, growing food and launching successful food businesses while powering community change one garden, one backyard, one block, one store, one plate of food, cup of coffee and mug of beer at a time.
Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing at a release party at MadCap Coffee in Grand Rapids. The event is free, but an RSVP is kindly requested on EventBrite.
98 Monroe Center NW
Grand Rapids MI 49503
Click here to RSVP to the release party
For more info on 'Grand Rapids Food: A Culinary Revolution', check out Lisa Rose Starner's website here.
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