Episode 290: Being a Cookbook Writer with Forager, Herbalist, and Recipe Creator Tara Lanich-LaBrie

Episode 290: Being a Cookbook Writer with Forager, Herbalist, and Recipe Creator Tara Lanich-LaBrie

Hello, and welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today on the podcast, I’m excited to have an interview with Tara Lanich-LaBrie. Growing up near Chicago and later studying in Santa Fe, Tara’s culinary style is deeply influenced by her appreciation for nature and art. Inside her company, “The Medicine Circle,” Tara combines her passion for plant-inspired cooking and natural remedies. Today on the podcast, we take a magical culinary adventure inside Tara’s new book Foraged and Grown and talk all about seasonal plants that inspire cooking, the use of color in food, and Tara’s tips for introducing new plants and herbs into our diet.

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Things We Mention In This Episode:

The Medicine Circle

Foraged and Grown 

Madur Jaffery World of the East Vegetarian Cooking

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