Full Moon Feast
It is all about locally produced foods from this area and when they are available and then it has tasty sounding recipes. And to make it even funner, it comes with a wheel you can put on the wall and turn it as the year goes by to see what crops are in season locally.
My one objection to the thing, which is otherwise totally bodacious, is the frequent use of the term "foodshed" in analogy to watershed. Now I understand the thinking behind the analogy, but I don't like it, stylistically or symbolically. "Foodshed" summons to mind a little house full of food, or a canyon lined with food where the food all slides down into the creek and after being pummeled and smushed against the rocks into an enormous smoothie-like concoction, pours into a giant mouth by the sea. It doesn't speak to me.
But, given that it was sent as a birthday present and arrived on my 29.333th birthday, and just in time to suggest the planting of parsnips as a winter crop, I'll retract the proceeding paragraph.