Monthly Archives: January 2011

The first time I gave my daughter Clio honey water, she was just 4 months old, even though pediatricians–and even beekeepers–generally warn against feeding children honey before one year of age. But she was suffering through a late winter cold … Continue reading

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Edible Radio host and publisher of Edible Santa Fe, Kate Manchester, talks to Mark Winne. Listen to this podcast on Edible Radio. Mark Winne is a co-founder of a number of food and agriculture policy groups including the City of … Continue reading

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Smart Food is the Edible Radio podcast hosted by Jane Black. Jane’s guest today is Brady Konya, co-founder of Middle West Spirits. The technical definition of vodka is that it is liquor that is colorless, odorless and flavorless. So does … Continue reading

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Smart Food is the Edible Radio podcast hosted by Jane Black. Jane’s most recent guest is Leslie Schaller of ACEnet in Athens Ohio. How do you build a local food system? It’s a complex, and sometimes controversial question. But on … Continue reading

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When we came up with the idea of devoting an entire issue to meat, it seemed like a good idea…at the time. After all, I am one of those who think any vegetable wrapped in bacon is bound to taste … Continue reading

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By Jessica (Buer) Luhning – Photos by Jim Klousia When you think of all the amazing food destinations across the U.S., Milwaukee is most likely not at the top of the list. As a Wisconsin transplant, I admit to having … Continue reading

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Listen to this podcast on Edible Radio. Download this podcast. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes. No one has done more to introduce the world to the authentic, flavorful cuisines of Mexico than deceptively diminutive Diana Kennedy. Acclaimed as the … Continue reading

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