February 12, 2016 at Animal Place’s Vegan Republic in Berkeley.
Food of Love contains stories of Marilyn’s journey as a cook and baker seeking to combine inspirations from nature, nutrition, and social justice. Her approach is a playful one, encouraging readers to experiment with her recipes and invent their own. The recipes are organic, plant-based, accessible, fun to make, and adaptable to gluten-free and other preferences.
Breakfasts, soups, salads, side dishes, main courses, and desserts are included. There is even an herbal tea that Marilyn developed over the last several years to help ease colds and coughs.
This work calls upon readers to enjoy and expand their own relationships with food and its source, nature.