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Edible Communities Publicaitons
vol. 2, number 11 November 30, 2010
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edible INSTITUTE

Edible Communities presents Edible Institute 2011 — a weekend of talks, presentations, workshops, and local food & wine tastings — by some of the local food movement’s most influential thinkers, writers, and producers. January 29-30, Hotel Mar Monte, Santa Barbara, CA.

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edible INSTITUTE FEATURED PANEL

Featured panel discussion:
Journalists Talk Strategies for Writing
About Industrial Agriculture with Jane Black (moderator) and panelists Philip Brasher,
Barry Estabrook and Bryan Walsh.

Jane Black

JANE BLACK: is a food writer who covers food politics, trends and sustainability issues. Her reporting examines how politics, culture and business affect what ends up on our plates – and how that is dramatically changing. Jane was, until recently, a staff writer at the Washington Post. She now writes for the Post, as well as the New York Times, Food & Wine magazine and others. She also has a regular podcast on Edible Radio, Smart Food.

Read Jane’s recent op ed in the Washington Post on Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck and the gustatory dust-up on The New Front in the Culture Wars: Food By Brent Cunningham and Jane Black Saturday, November 27, 2010

PANELISTS

PHILIP BRASHER: Correspondent for The Des Moines Register, focusing on agriculture, food, energy and climate issues. Follow Philip Brasher’s reporting on twitter.

BARRY ESTABROOK: Former contributing editor at Gourmet magazine. He now serves on the advisory board of Gastronomica, The Journal of Food and Culture, and writes for the the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Atlantic.com, and Saveur. Read Barry Estabrook’s most recent reporting on his blog: Politics of the Plate.

BRYAN WALSH: Time magazine energy and climate writer. Read Bryan Walsh’s recent reporting: The Senate Passes a Food-Safety Bill, But the Problem Isn't Going Away.

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edible INSTITUTE FOOD & DRINK GALA!

Please join us immediately following the panel discussions at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum
for a celebration of local food & drink
(admission is included in the ticket price).

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FEATURING: New West, Hitching Post, Delish Nutrish, Montecito Country Kitchen, Organic Soup Kitchen, Here's the Scoop, Telegraph Brewing Co., Qupe, Riverbench Winery, Zaca Mesa Winery, Alma Rosa Wines, Buttonwood Winery, Margerum Wine Company, Roblar Winery, Los Olivos Cafe, Ojai Vineyard, and many others!

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edible HOLIDAYS

The perfect holiday gift for your favorite Edible reader!

edible: A CELEBRATION OF LOCAL FOODS

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Have you picked up your copy of
edible: A Celebration of Local Foods yet?

We’re going to boast a little about our own special spot on the bookshelf. Earlier this year, Edible Communities founders Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian pulled together their first hardcover, Edible: A Celebration of Local Foods. What we love most about the book is that it’s a collection of touching stories that spotlight real American heroes: our farmers, fishermen, food artisans, chefs and others. It’s more than just a glimpse into how our food travels from where it’s born, hatched, caught or grown to our waiting dinner plates. As Tracey writes, this book celebrates the local food movement through the eyes of those who are so deeply involved and those who have been touched by the Edible publications. Chock-full of profiles and vivid photography, Edible nourishes us even further by stocking the back of the book with mouthwatering seasonal recipes. - “Our picks for the best food books that sport a local connection,” Edible Boston Winter 2010 by Clare Leschin-Hoar

More than a Cookbook. The Voice of a Movement.

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Cheers,
Tracey Ryder, Co-Founder, Edible Communities
Carole Topalian, Co-Founder, Edible Communities

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