FALL
September, October, November

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I think we’ve shown that if you put the effort back into it, you can bring back the old, natural way and the healthier beef it yielded. And there is a growing market for that.
Genoa Cattle Rancher J.B. Lekumberry

 
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7 EDIBLE NOTABLES
Quick local bites.
11 EDIBLE EVENTS
Seasonal food-related happenings.
14 A MAN’S PLACE
Cadillac Cooks hone their skills.
18 EDIBLE SCHOOLYARD
Visit a not-so-secret garden.
20 Carson High’s class cooks.
22 Erecting a hothouse in Carson.
24 COVER STORY
The Lattins create family fun.
26 CHEF’S TABLE
4th St. Bistro paved a new way.
30 HOME ON THE RANGE
Peek inside local cattle ranching.
34 YES, YOU CAN
Preserving the season’s bounty.
38 HAPPY BABY
Making children’s food from scratch.
42 LIQUID ASSETS
Coffee roasters create rich brews.
46 EDIBLE GARDEN
Nurturing giant pumpkins.
49 EDIBLE READS
Views on farming.
50 EDIBLE TRADITIONS
Autumn renewal for an ancient food.
53 WHAT’S IN SEASON
Ripe and ready bounty.
55 EAT LOCAL GUIDE
Delicious and healthy dining choices.
60 ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
Support these local businesses.
64 THE LAST BITE
A parting shot of our agricultural scene.
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