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Using Them Up: How the World Makes Leftovers Taste Like New,  with Jacquie Ottman

Using Them Up How the World Makes Leftovers Taste Like New by Jacquie Ottman

Welcome to the official page of activities and information relating to Jacquie Ottman’s “Using Them Up” project aimed at encouraging everyone to use up the leftovers.

WATCH THIS ZOOM WEBINAR that Jacquie delivered on November 16, 2023.  Click on this image or on the link below it:  Using them Up: How The World Makes Leftovers Taste Like New Recording of Zoom Presentation to the Good Neighbros of Park Slope 11 16 2023

https://goodneighborsofparkslope.org/content.aspx?page_id=4002&club_id=461925&item_id=2098188

DOWNLOAD A FREE PDF OF THE RECIPES REFERENCED IN THE ZOOM PRESENTATION, ABOVE.  Click on this image, or on the link below it:

LEFTOVERS Using Them Up Ottman

Alt Link Here:  PDF LEFTOVERS 11 16 23 Short to accompany 45 min preso

CONTACT JACQUIE OTTMAN TO ARRANGE A LIVE OR ZOOM PRESENTATION FOR YOUR GROUP.

EMAIL JACQUIE:  at JAOttman28 [@] gmail [dot] com. Or call 212 879 4160 in New York City.

About Jacquie Ottman

Jacquie Ottman is a native New Yorker and an advocate for zero waste. A home cook since childhood, she is the author of three self-published books on her personal culinary history:  Family Gatherings: Five Recipes from Five Generations” (200), “Ottman & Company: Meatpacking District Pioneers” (2022), the story of her family’s 150-year old NYC meat purveying firm); and “Connecting from a Quarantine Kitchen: My Shelter Island Pandemic Story” (2020).

A pioneer in the field of green marketing, she is the author of several books on the subject, as well as an adviser to the U.S. government and Fortune 500 companies. She is past chair, Manhattan Solid Waste Advisory Board, and founder of WeHateToWaste.com. The content available on this page is a sneak peek at the book she is currently researching about new inspiration for using up the leftovers.

LEARN MORE ABOUT JACQUIE HERE:   JO Food Bio 2024

 

SPECIAL THANKS:  To all the interns and helpers who made this work possible, especially: Julia Sikorski, Madeleine Phillips, Elinor Simek, Cecelia Kane, Emily Paytas, Lauren Wakeman, Gaby Lung, Carissa Edwards-Mendez, Anna Donovan, Anya Steinmetz, Ava Horn, Rebecca Downer, Lucy Zhao.

Special Acknowledgement: Sara Dickerman, In Praise of Leftovers, Slate, March 20 2016: https://slate.com/human-interest/2016/03/leftovers-arent-glamorous-but-theyre-the-most-joyous-part-of-my-cooking-life.html

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