Archive | May-June2012

Our next issue is out next week!

Our May-June 2013 cover.

Our May-June 2013 cover.

Our May-June issue will be out next week, and we’re eager to have you see it. You’ll find four compelling “Edible Destinations” to read about, a profile of organic pioneer Jim Riddle, ideas on what to do with all of those veggies you’ll be getting from your CSA, and Beth Dooley’s column in praise of asparagus. Plus lots of fun recipes to try. The magazine hits the streets next week (May 13-17). For a list of where to find Edible Twin Cities, go to http://edibletwincities.com/find-a-copy/where-to-find-us/

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May-June 2012 Table of Contents

 

etcmayjunecoverforwebFEATURES

Tending a Garden of Issues
Women’s Environmental Institute teaches, nurtures, grows
By Becky Poss

Great Minds Make Better Wines
State wines and the University of Minnesota
By Nancy Crotti

Diffley on Diffley
Atina Diffley’s new book is a farm journal, love story, legal thriller
By Beth Dooley

DEPARTMENTS

NEWS & TRENDS
Midtown Farmers’ Market is 10 years old; gardening hubs; urban farming; and more.

COOKING FRESH
Locavore Snacks
Summer treats from co-host of KSTP-TV’s “Twin Cities Live”
By Elizabeth Ries

EDIBLE TIPS
Farm-raised Pork
Try these ideas for finding, buying, cooking this tasty meat
By Ann L. Burckhardt

EDIBLE EDUCATION
Fructose Intolerance
Find help with diet, food choices from coops, farmers’ markets
By Sarah Johnson

OP-EDIBLE
Sustainability and Other ‘Trends’
Would-be hipster learns about local food
By Lu Lippold

RECIPES

Charlene’s Sour Cream Apple Pie
Cabbage Yam Peanut Soup
Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms
Elizabeth’s Black Bean Dip
Fruited Pork Chops

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