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June / July 2012



Editor’s Letter
Time to kick back and unwind! It’s summertime, our favorite season.

Ready for warm weather outings? Check out two month’s worth of BBQs, music, dinners, and more.

First Course
Have fun in the sun at a lovely lavender festival, pick your own produce, head indoors to the Seed Lending Library in Lawrenceville, and get your grill on.
Plus: We introduce you to the E.A.T Farmers Market Series!

Online Dish
Get your daily dose of foodie dish from the blogs and Twitter accounts of local farmers and chefs.

In Season
Oh, zucchini! Celebrate summer’s tastiest squash with these easy recipes

Local Leaders
Study up! Dr. David Hassenzahl, founding Dean of Chatham University’s School of Sustainability and the Environment, fills us in on the institution’s sustainable mission.

Edible Excerpt
Feeling moody? Adjust your attitude with the right foods. Local author Lindsey Smith shows you how.

Perfect Pours
Hot or cold brew some tea…then put it on ice for a most delicious treat! Boost the flavor using our expert tips.

Three Ingredient Fix
Whip up these berry good, simple treats using strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.

Edible Dining Guide
Make a reservation at one of the region’s restaurants that’s leading the way with locally sourced ingredients.

Edible Directory
Look here for details on the local vendors listed in this issue.

Last Bite
Freshen up any dish or drink with sprigs of delish herbs.


Bird’s The Word
Peep this! Learn about locally raised chickens from Peter King of Freedom Farms. Plus, take a look at the Animal Welfare Rating System used at Whole Foods Market.

Leisurely & Local
Be a day tripper with our guide to nearby bed and breakfasts, outdoor attractions, and wineries.

One WHIRL Yoga Fest & Healthy Lifestyle Expo
Say “Namaste” with us on July 28 for the first ever One WHIRL Yoga Fest Healthy Lifestyle Expo. Yogi Sherri Baptiste is our special guest, and we’ve got an inspirational interview with her.

Edible Allegheny Farmers Market Directory
Find a farmers market, farm, or farm stand near you with our extensive guide! We’ve also teamed up with PASA to bring you information on Community Supported Agriculture programs in Western Pennsylvania.

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