Voyageur Press’s big, colorful Minnesota Homegrown Cookbook just landed on my desk. Despite the ho-hum name, I have to say that if you have eaten passionately and locally this last decade, it’s a great document. (I say document because it’s a mix of cookbook, who’s-who of local farm-to-table eminences, and an eating-out guide.) It’s divided into six sections—North Shore, Twin Cities area, etc.—each of which includes profiles of prominent players a handful of their recipes. What I like about it is that it seems like a personal yearbook, documenting much of what I’ve been eating this last decade. If you live around here and are similarly interested in food, it’ll be your yearbook too.