Search results for “christina nellemann”

Search Results for: christina nellemann

Todd Avanzino Farms

Meet Your Farmer Project continues with farm/restaurant partnerships

WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANN 

PHOTOS BY JOLENE COOK 

You may love the local food movement, but not everyone has the time to visit or tour their favorite farms and ranches. During the month of September, many locally grown foods are coming to several Reno restaurants as well as a special event at West Street Market on Sept. 13 in Downtown Reno. But first, you can brush up on the Northern Nevada farmers by watching a few videos.

 

Avanzino Farms video from Meet Your Farmer

Read More »
chicken 3033625 1280

How to Raise Chicks and Chickens

WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANN 

Tips from Sierra Feed and Saddlery.

Many people interested in raising chickens are looking for a way to have fresh eggs available right out their back door. What they may not expect is how quickly they will fall in love with the friendly birds.

“We have a lot of people who come in here wanting their own organic eggs, but quite a few come in looking for new friends,” says Sam Todhunter, an employee with Sierra Feed and Saddlery. “A lot of our older customers do this or families with kids. It’s the children’s duty to take care of them and feed them. A lot of the kids just like to hang out in their chickens’ pen.”

Read More »
northstar grandtasting manzanita2

Lake Tahoe Autumn Food and Wine Festival 2017 Culminates with Grand Tasting & Culinary Competition

WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANN 
PHOTOS COURTESY OF HARRY THOMAS AND CHRISTINA NELLEMANN

Autumn at the lake would not be complete without the sights and smells of the popular Lake Tahoe Food and Wine Festival, held each September in the Village at Northstar at Northstar California Resort. The festival features dozens of events including farm-to-Tahoe dinners, cooking demonstrations, stargazing and progressive picnics, cook-offs for both chefs and children, and the much anticipated Grand Tasting & Culinary Competition.

Read More »

AIP Approved

Truckee resident’s journey to overcome pain leads to successful online business. Six years ago, Sandra Dorst was in so much pain she couldn’t even twist her pepper grinder. The Truckee

Read More »

Learning by growing

Desert Farming Initiative primarily benefits students and small-scale farmers, but backyard gardeners can learn from the program’s years of high-desert research. Tucked into an unlikely urban area between I-80 and

Read More »

The Balanced Garden

Reno author and consultant takes a holistic, healthy approach to growing food. Even in the midst of Northern Nevada’s blustery winters and blistering summers, a few prolific edible backyard Edens

Read More »

A Day in Reno-Tahoe

Home Dining and Imbibing in Reno-Tahoe Unearthing savory and sweet foods and delicious drinks for locals and visitors alike. Written by Christina Nellemann We asked the publisher of edible Reno-Tahoe to share

Read More »
web Free Bird Chai3225

Free Bird Chai

SPICY & SOOTHING South Lake’s Free Bird Chai flies into local stores and co-ops. Written by Christina Nellemann Photos by Jen Schmidt Over the past decade, both Tahoe locals and

Read More »
web Fernley 76 Station1f6a3768

Gas Station Eateries

FUEL UP Skip the hot dog and nachos. Two local spots are redefining gas station grub. Written by Christina Nellemann Photos by Lou Manna Stopping at a gas station for

Read More »
web Town Cutler Galen Garretson 9

Town Cutler

SHARPER IMAGE Town Cutler’s handmade knives are inspired by Japanese design and Nevada sunsets. Written by Christina Nellemann Photos by Shaun Hunter The typical home cook may not think twice

Read More »

Stay updated with our Newsletter

Discover new products, thriving traditions, or exciting food events, festivals, restaurants, and markets – all of the things that are helping to make us a true culinary destination.

Contact Us

edible Reno-Tahoe
316 California Ave., No. 258,
Reno, NV 89509.
(775) 746 3299

Stay updated with our Newsletter

Discover new products, thriving traditions, or exciting food events, festivals, restaurants, and markets – all of the things that are helping to make us a true culinary destination.