Contents Winter 2017

Photo by Linda Gentry

Photo by Linda Gentry

 FEATURES

Fascinating Fungi

The New American Dish

ON THE PLATE-RECIPES

Sweet Potato Bake
Squash Salad
Roasted Cauliflower with Truffle Butter
Soba Noodles with Vegetable Tempura

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 ON THE COVER

Relatively new in the United States, kabocha, pronounced kah-BOH-chah, is a winter squash that tastes something like a mix of a pumpkin and a sweet potato. Round and squat with a flattened top it has a deep-green, hard skin that is often lined with lighter colored, uneven stripes. The hard skin can be difficult to cut when uncooked so it is common to microwave for a few minutes to soften.
Photo by Yuko Dobashi

DEPARTMENTS

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

EDIBLE EVENTS

SPILLING THE BEANS
Honest and Approachable
Ramen Focused
Calling Food Entrepreneurs
Gourmet Spray

IN SEASON

EDIBLE HOW TO
Knife Skills

EDIBLE JOURNEY
Coming Back Home

THE LAST BITE
Aspiring Farmers

EAT LOCAL GUIDE

COMMUNITY-SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE DIRECTORY

ADVERTISER DIRECTORY

 

 

 

 

 

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