“Robin Shulman shows the farms beneath the feet of New Yorkers. Hers is an industrial, social, political, and of course culinary geography of the city, with finely observed portraits of the people, young and old, who are intent on following the footsteps of forebears they might not know they had–not just in farming, fishing, butchering, and brewing but in calling for social justice for everyone who produces food.”
– Corby Kummer, author of The Joy of Coffee and The Pleasures of Slow Food