Contents Summer 2015

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DEPARTMENTS

ON THE COVER Honeybees, the only insects that produce food for human consumption, work extremely hard to produce honey. It will take a lifetime for approximately 768 honeybees to make one pound of honey, and to do so those honeybees will have to visit approximately two million flowers and fly over 55,000 miles.  Photo by Alison Bickel

ON THE COVER
Honeybees, the only insects that produce food for human consumption, work extremely hard to produce honey. It will take a lifetime for approximately 768 honeybees to make one pound of honey, and to do so those honeybees will have to visit approximately two million flowers and fly over 55,000 miles.
Photo by Alison Bickel

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

EDIBLE EVENTS

SPILLING THE BEANS
Boutique Bakery Dreams Up Inspired Desserts
A Balancing Act
Nonprofit Coffee Shop Fosters Creativity
Homemade Ice Cream

IN SEASON

EDIBLE READS  
Kids in the Kitchen

EAT LOCAL GUIDE
Inclusion by Invitation Only

FARMERS MARKETS

THE LAST BITE
Mural Inspires Hope

ADVERTISER DIRECTORY

FEATURES

Corn Smut, A Letter of Recommendation
The Geography of Honey
The People and Food of the Prairie

Photo by Janelle Shank

Photo by Janelle Shank

 

ON THE PLATE – RECIPES

Corn Tortillas
Pork Pernil
Quick-Pickled Red Onions
Garden’s Bounty Salsa
Cherry Limeade
Cherry Syrup
Squash Blossom and Huitlacoche Quesadillas

 

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