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John Coykendall fiercely defends the roots of what makes us human by restoring authentic flavors

to our communal table. Drawing on a lifetime of research and observation, he warns of our

threatened biodiversity by telling the stories of a fading generation and the simple seeds that

provided nourishment and a taste of home. (Poppy Tooker, host of Louisiana Eats!)In Louisiana,

our roots run deep, both in our ancestry and our gardens. Memories are sown in the garden patch.

Amazing how a tiny seed not only nurtures our soul but preserves our heritage. Thanks be to God

for a man like John Coykendall, who keeps the seeds of hope alive―in the garden. (Chef John D.

Folse, author of The Encyclopedia of Cajun & Creole Cuisine)Preserving Our Roots explores the

meanings of lives in which one grows oneâ€s own food, saves oneâ€s own seed, and shares

meals with oneâ€s family and neighbors. Coykendall and Melton have captured it all―the seed

lore, the recipes, the tales―and adorned them with Coykendall's evocative drawings. (David S.

Shields, author of Southern Provisions: The Creation and Revival of a Cuisine) Read more

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