I’ve been a reader of Edible Grande Traverse since its very first, morel-covered issue. Edible Grande Traverse is a part of a larger circle of magazines called Edible Communities with editions devoted to all different regions of the country including Edible Portland, Edible Allegheny and Edible WOW . By their own account, “Edible Grande Traverse is for readers interested in:
- Eating and growing delicious, locally produced, seasonal foods.
- Learning about the people who grow, produce, cook, sell and serve those foods.
- Discovering great dining, day trips, wine, beer and spirit makers, food events, festivals, books to read and new products to savor.”
It doesn’t disappoint.
Well, remember back in May when I told you about my trip to Detroit for the Farm to Cafeteria Conference? I was asked by the editors of Edible Grande Traverse to write an article about my experience with Farm to School. So I did. And now, it’s published. And you can read it by clicking on the cover.
(Pages 14-15 are mine but the whole magazine is wonderful as always.)