Contents Summer 2016

Photo by Alison Bickel

Photo by Alison Bickel

FEATURES

CELEBRATING “RURAL VITALITY”

ELEVATING VILLAGE FOOD CULTURE ONE PLATE AT A TIME

ON THE PLATE

RECIPES

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Photo by Mary Oswald

Fresh Fruit Popsicles

Smoked Vegetables

Freezer Corn

Dried Corn

In a Pickle Quick Pickles

DEPARTMENTS

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

EDIBLE EVENTS

SPILLING THE BEANS
Not Just a Meat Shop
Classic Urban Eatery Bistro
A Glass of Produce
Farm-to-Cone Ice Cream Shop

IN SEASON

EDIBLE DIY
Even Kids Can Do It!

EDIBLE INSPIRATION
The Secret Garden: Determination Pays Off

ADVERTISER DIRECTORY

EAT LOCAL GUIDE
Inclusion by Invitation Only

THE LAST BITE
An Extra Serving

FARMERS MARKETS


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Photo by Linda Gentry

ON THE COVER

Native to North America, aronia berries, commonly referred to as chokeberries, are drought, pest and disease resistant. The fruit, which grows on a bushy plant, is rich in antioxidants and has been hailed as a superfood. Tart when eaten raw, it can be used in both sweet and savory dishes or found in a variety of products such as salsa, jelly, syrups and even a chili starter.

 

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