Monthly Archives: May 2011

Listen to the podcast on Edible Radio. Growing Home host Marla Camp, publisher of Edible Austin, talks to musicians Rosi and Brian Amador about their touring musical feast in seven courses, Sabor y Memoria. Rosi and Brian Amador are founders … Continue reading

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Edible Communities is excited to announce a new partnership with St. Germain for the fourth annual Can-Can Classic Cocktail Competition. St. Germain is an all-natural, artisanally crafted product, and this year the cocktail competition will reflect the importance of working … Continue reading

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Listen to this podcast on Edible Radio. Victual Reality, the podcast about food politics, is hosted by Tom Philpott. Tom’s guest today is Eliot Coleman. Eliot Coleman is one of the most innovative, successful, and influential small-scale farmers in the … Continue reading

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By Kurt Michael Friese First let’s get one persistent canard out of the way. Yes, the tomato is technically a fruit, not a vegetable, but for purposes of economics the USDA classifies it as a vegetable, and as such it … Continue reading

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The 2011 James Beard Foundation Publication of the Year Award: EDIBLE COMMUNITIES PUBLICATIONS This year, the Journalism Committee of the James Beard Foundation Awards has decided for the first time to present a special award for what it deems to … Continue reading

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Edible Radio host and publisher of Edible Santa Fe, Kate Manchester, talks to Kim O’Donnel. Kim O’Donnel, chef and journalist, is a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education and The University of Pennsylvania. Formerly of The Washington Post, Kim … Continue reading

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Read ‘em and Eat is the Edible Radio podcast hosted by Elissa Altman. Elissa talks with food publishing industry stalwarts Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton (founders, producers, and publishers of the Canal House Cooking series) about what makes Canal House … Continue reading

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