Have you seen this gorgeous new magazine? I have picked up copies in Napa, the Hamptons and beyond, and I have to say this one is the BEST! And, now it’s local.
Here is more information from the company:
Edible Northeast Florida is locally owned, written, photographed, printed and supported by advertising partners who are dedicated to developing the local food community and strengthening our regional food system.
The magazine advocates for farm-to-table thinking, seasonal eating, culinary creativity and transparency in food production. Edible Northeast Florida also aims to provide information on where to find the very best local food Northeast Florida has to offer, from small family farms and breweries to cheesemakers, restaurants, seafood resources and more.
In recent years, Florida’s First Coast has attracted a new generation of chefs and craft food makers devoted to the region’s flavors. Edible Northeast Florida (http://www.edibleneflorida.com) will provide an inside look at these food makers, pioneers and heros, while showcasing off-the-beaten-path food finds. “From restauranteurs to consumers, there’s been shift in demand for information and inspiration regarding food. Our goal is to provide a forum for ongoing discussions about what we are eating and why it matters” said Lauren Titus, editor of Edible Northeast Florida. A longtime Northeast Florida resident, Titus brings with her a deep interest in food and gardening, along with a distinguished career in both food and digital publishing.
Edible Northeast Florida is a member of Edible Communities, a James Beard award-winning national network of local food publications. It will be published six times a year and available at no cost to consumers at restaurants, grocery stores, farmers markets, bakeries, coffee shops and other retail locations throughout the region, including Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra, Fernandina Beach and Palatka. Yearly subscriptions are also available for $28. Visit http://www.edibleneflorida.com for distribution locations.