The Winter 2015 Issue is Here!
Our Winter 2015 issue of edible Memphis is out and will be showing up in your mailbox, on shelves and at our advertisers in the next few days. As winter settles in around us here in the mid-south we hope you will enjoy reading about what’s new and tasty, fresh and local from around the area.
What to look for in the Winter 2015 Issue:
We go after locally cultivated winter mushrooms with Carol Penn-Romine and dig into the Roots Memphis Farm Academy where new local farmers learn their trade. We take on Big-Game Day with stepped-up recipes for pizzas, wings and potato skins that are great for a crowd and throw a duck in a pot three ways with cookbook author Eugenia Bone.
Carla Cook profiles Bouquets of Hope, a new local project that repurposes flowers and table decor into smiles and job skills and we get to peek into the kitchen and fridge of local sports broadcaster Chris Vernon. We take a great road trip to Little Rock, Arkansas and discover an artisan cheese-maker who is making his presence felt in Memphis too and give you the heads-up on some new and tasty things happening in ‘Rocktown’.
We think you’re going to really enjoy this issue and we hope you will pick up a copy. Your can Find a Copy here or better yet Subscribe for yourself and never be late knowing about what’s fresh in the pages of edible Memphis!
What’s New Online:
We will be adding more resources and content to our website over the next few weeks that we are sure you will enjoy and appreciate. We’ve added a new tab above called ‘Extras’ which we hope you will check regularly. You can also click on the pages below under Eat, Drink and Think to go directly to our extra content as it is added.
Do you Have a Story to Submit?
We are always on the lookout for stories and photos that fit into what edible Memphis is all about. We encourage you to completely read our Submissions page prior to contacting us with your story pitch.
Know About a Farmers’ Market?
For almost 8 years, edible Memphis has compiled and distributed information about our area farmers’ markets every season. Information about local farmers’ markets appears online and in-print during seasons.
If you are connected with a local area farmers’ market and want to get the word out about your market including where and when it is held, jump over to our Farmers Markets page and scroll to the bottom of the page. There you will find a form to submit with the information we need to get the word out. If your market is already featured and there are changes or corrections to be made, please use the same form.