Edible Allegheny is a local magazine that, as their tagline says, “celebrates local food, farms and cuisine – season by season.” I actually started reading the magazine several years ago, when a free copy was included in a delivery of produce I got through a program at my old job. That was around the time I was becoming a food person anyway, and the recipes and stories were inspiring and educational. I can honestly say that Edible Allegheny is responsible for Mark and I finding a ton of great restaurants and food events in the area. They are a great resource for all things local food – truly covering everything from the farm to the table.
The fine avian ladies of Next Gen House even made the column header, hanging out in our compost area, as you can see from this screen shot. (And check out that pumpkin pie on the cover of the magazine to the left. If that doesn’t scream fall, I don’t know what does.)
Head over to this month’s column to read about this blog and its roots, as well as the other great local links – the website is a wealth of information and the Online Dish archives can lead you to some great local blogs as well!
I wasn’t paid or perked to promote Edible Allegheny – they are just a great magazine.