Spring 2014 Issue


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Eat Local Guide

Looking for a place to dine out or wet your whistle? Our eat local guide will help you find the perfect meal and keep it local. The guide features restaurants, farmers, wine shops and many businesses you wouldn't expect to find just around the corner.
Eat Local Guide

Area CSAs

Community-supported agriculture is a term you may hear thrown around a lot without knowing what it truly means. We have local CSA's alive and well, and have a page dedicated to explaining what community supported agriculture is.
CSAs Guide

Celebrating the Local Food Culture, Season by Season

Meet the Farmer

Good Chemistry

Earth Alchemy Farm owners create a niche market.

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Edible Traditions

Branching Out

A culinary trend catches fire mid-century.

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A Great Meating Place

Reno-Tahoe meat producers play an important role in our local food community.

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We are pleased to announce  edible Reno-Tahoe Cooks! This annual edition offers everything for the home cook, including helpful cooking tips and tricks, enticing and healthy recipes, the hottest cooking essentials, wine and cocktail advice, and profiles on Reno-Tahoe chefs and personalities. Click the cover photo on the left to open our digital flip-book edition.

The special issue publishes in October. For details, call 775-746-3299.

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Mesir Wat
Posted on September 17, 2013
Mesir Wat (The following recipe, which is on the menu at Zagol Ethiopian Restaurant, is courtesy of Shita Yenenh, who adapted it for the home cook. Serves 4 – 6) 2 cups lentils (red preferred), pi ..
Teff Banana Bread
Posted on September 17, 2013
Teff Banana Bread (courtesy of Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods. Serves 12) 1 cup banana, mashed ½ cup date pieces or pitted dates (halved crosswise) 1 cup currants ½ cup hazelnuts, coarsely choppe ..



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– Kippy Spilker


The winter issue is beautiful...so many good things to eat!
– Marnie McArthur


I am so impressed with the spring issue of edible! There are so many great resources and articles in this edition. It always kicks a** but you gals continue to ramp it up to the next level! Thank you for highlighting women in ag and working with the food co-op, too! So, after you dropped off the magazine, they were all gone in about two hours.
– Nicole Sallaberry

Valerie Marquis

I was at Nothing To It the evening you were talking about the launch of this new read. I thought, 'a fresh, forward publication for Reno. Sounds appealing.' When it arrived, I fell in love. The pages were crisp with the new food mindset, chock full of inspiration to eat and shop locally.
– Valerie Marquis


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– Nicole Cheslock


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– R. Keith Rugg


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– Yvonne Reese


Your magazine just keeps getting better and better! Loved this issue! My 12-year-old son picked it up and was fascinated by the solar cookers. He wants to build one.
– Mark Kattleman


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