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Literary Gift Guide: Erin Gleeson

Literary Gift Guide: Erin Gleeson

We’re always excited to find out what people are reading, have read and want to read. Now that the holidays are fast approaching we thought we’d ask some author friends to share book gift ideas and a recipe they love. Find out what Erin Gleeson of The Forest Feast is eager to gift this season!


JJ: Favorite (new!) book to give as a gift

EG: In the Company of Women by Grace Bonney

JJ:  Favorite book you have ever been given?

EG: A vintage, first edition Moosewood Cookbook.

JJ:  What is your favorite holiday dish?

EG: Salted Fudge with Cinnamon from The Forest Feast Gatherings (see above)

JJ:  Holiday gift you plan to give?

EG: My 2017 Forest Feast Calendar and for kids, this Giant Donut t-shirt from Creativity Explored, an organization for artists with developmental disabilities.

JJ: Holiday gift you hope to receive?

EG: A set of these gray Japanese mugs from Umami Mart



After several years of working as a food photographer in New York City, Erin Gleeson moved to a cabin in the woods in Northern California where she created The Forest Feast food blog and cookbook series which fuse her love of cooking with her own photography and watercolor paintings. Inspired by local ingredients she creates simple, mostly-vegetarian recipes that are full of fruits and vegetables. Her recipes are presented as visual diagrams that are simple to follow and are easy enough for a weeknight, yet impressive enough for a party. Erin also has a line of Forest Feast stationery and gift items which feature her artwork and a new entertaining-focused cookbook called The Forest Feast Gatherings.

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