Welcome to Edible Orange County Magazine
Edible Orange County explores and celebrates the history and passion for food, art and culture within the southern coastal and inland communities of Orange County, California.
Home Cooking with Executive Chef Craig Strong
Nightly Music at The Cellar
The Mission at San Juan Capistrano, CA Photo by Carol Topalian
BTTR founders Nikhil and Alex
Powers of the Prickly Pear
Radiation - A Historical Look
IN THE NEWS
37 Reasons Why Proposition 37 Must Pass
37 Reasons Why Proposition 37 Must Pass Natural News Ethan A. Huff ( Sept. 2012) ̶ In two weeks, Californians will have the unique opportunity to vote YES on Proposition 37, a ballot measure that will require retail food items made with or containing genetically-modified (GM) ingredients to be... Read more...
Pesticides Put Bumblebee Colonies at Risk of Failure
Pesticides Put Bumblebee Colonies at Risk of Failure OSLO, Oct. 21, 2012 (Reuters) — Pesticides used in farming are also killing worker bumblebees and damaging their ability to gather food, meaning colonies that are vital for plant pollination are more likely to fail when they are used, a study... Read more...
Do Americans Eat Their Body Weight in GMOs Every Year?
Do Americans Eat Their Body Weight in GMOs Every Year? Natural News, Ethan A. Huff (October 2012) ̶ The consumer advocacy organization Environmental Working Group (EWG) has put out a new paper that estimates the average person's yearly consumption of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). And... Read more...
The Soy Ploy
The Soy Ploy Natural News, Craig Stellpflug (October 2012) ̶ Soy is relatively new to our diets in the U.S. The soybean was first introduced into the U.S. at the turn of the 1900s to be used in the manufacturing of industrial products like oil, plastic and ink. Soy was not even considered a food... Read more...