velo fare: where cooking and cycling come together

{image c/o Girls and Bicycles}

Remember Miss Sarah and her posts on cycling with her adorable son Dexter? If you missed it, Miss Sarah, the author of Girls and Bicycles, contributed to a regular summer series here on Simply Bike on the subject of cycling with kids. In one of her posts, she told of the cookbook project she was then working on. A book that was to merge cooking with local produce and cycling to inform and inspire others (particularly in the Edmonton area) to support local foods and sustainable transport.

Well, the book is done! You can read more about it on Girls and Bicycles and you can also learn how you can get a copy either in print or PDF (the latter is being generously offered free of cost)! I’m so excited to see the end result of this collaboration between Sarah and her friend, and fellow cyclist, Leanne.

The book is chock full of beautiful photography and tasty-sounding recipes that anyone, regardless of location, can enjoy. I’m truly in awe of the results of this summer project of theirs, hats off to you both, ladies!

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3 Responses to velo fare: where cooking and cycling come together

  1. Stacy says:

    I wondered where Dexter and Sarah rolled off to :) This looks like another fabulous gift idea…

  2. Miss Sarah says:

    Hi Sandra,

    Thanks for the shout out! It was a really fun way to spend the summer. Dear Leanne is moving to New York in January (food security masters at NYU), and I can’t think of a better project to have done with my wonderful lady friend:)

  3. Dottie says:

    This is fabulous. I love to see creative people create cool stuff. :) It’s inspiring.

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