The Fall issue of Edible Los Angeles is now available and it features a host of stories of interest to Slow Food Los Angeles members and friends, including news about subjects ranging from the national Farm-to-School program to the importance of honeybees, from the hard-working middlemen who’ve organized to provide better organic produce to U-pick farms, and much more.
Edible Los Angeles is available for sale at Whole Foods and several other locations in and around the city.
Subscriptions are also available, and Edible Los Angeles has made a special offer to Slow Food members and friends: Subscribe for a year starting with the Winter issue and receive the current Fall issue for free. Go to www.ediblela.com to subscribe securely online. Enter Promo Code: SLOW.
Launched this summer, Edible Los Angeles is a quarterly magazine that celebrates the abundance and variety of local foods in the greater Los Angeles area. Like Slow Food, Edible Los Angeles and its sister publications believe that our food choices do make a difference–to our health, to the health of our planet, and to our enjoyment of life. With that in mind, Edible Los Angeles brings you news of our region’s family farmers, brewers, food artisans, chefs, home gardeners, and others who have a dedication to producing and using sustainably produced local foods. Stories and images in every issue show readers what’s happening right over the back fence, or within a day’s drive from home. The magazine is also for those who are interested in preparing and eating delicious locally grown seasonal foods, helping readers get to know the people who grow, produce, cook and or sell those foods.