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ESF0113_00_00_FC.inddIn edible South Florida, your message is surrounded by high-quality articles and columns our readers look forward to in every issue. 

Scintillating Departments

  • Calendar of Events, Farmers Markets  
  • Liquid Assets: Uncapping Beer and Wine Wisdom
  • Edible Artisan
  • In the Garden
  • The Edible Gardener  
  • What’s in Season 
  • Farm to Table 
  • Road Trip 
  • Sustainable Living
  • Recipes
  • Back of the House 

Compelling Features 

  • Contributions from renowned chefs, including Michael Schwartz, Maricel Presilla, Norman Van Aken
  • Thoughtful coverage on food deserts, school, urban 
  • and community gardens 
  • Local people in the food movement  
  • Original, captivating photography from gifted 
  • staff photographers
  • Enlightening restaurant, food- and drink-related stories … and much more

 Award-winning Content and Photography

  • 2013: Florida Magazine Association Silver Award for Best Overall Publication (Consumer: 20,000 circulation)
  • 2012: FMA Charlie Awards for Best Overall Publication (Consumer 20,000 circulation) and Best Use of Photography
  • 2011: FMA Bronze Award for Best Column for columnist Dr. Richard Campbell’s Sustainable Living
  • 2011: The James Beard Foundation honored edible South Florida and the nearly 70 other titles publishing within the Edible Communities network of regional food magazines as 2011 Publication of the Year

Editorial Calendar

Winter
High season: Major events include South Beach Wine & Food Festival, Key West Food & Wine Festival, Art Basel, farmers markets, chefs and restaurants 

Spring
Fermenting, planning the warm-weather garden, sustainable showcase, botanical gardens, spring festivals, Keys treasures 

Summer
Tropical fruits, Miami Spice restaurant month, ethnic cuisine, South Florida heritage, healthy school lunches, sweet potatoes    

Fall
Community gardens, Dine Out Lauderdale, stone crabs, craft beers, school gardens, holiday gift guide, Old Florida cookbooks

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