Summer 2018

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A bouquet of ranunculi grown at Sierra Flower Farm. Photo by Jen Britton   Kim Urso, owner of the Yellow Petal Flower Farm in Dayton”]It was time to stop and smell […]

Edible Notables – Cafe at Adele’s

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edible notables FINAL COURSE Café at Adele’s closes the book on 40 years of meals and stories. WRITTEN BY ANNIE FLANZRAICHPHOTO BY KIPPY SPILKER Karen and Charlie Abowd of Café […]

Edible Notables – Atlantis bottle art

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edible notables BOTTLED-UP BENEVOLENCE How an artist and a casino resort partnered to better the planet. WRITTEN BY NATASHA BOURLINPHOTOS BY SHAUN HUNTER About six years ago, an unlikely partnership […]

Edible Notables – Bonanza Cut

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edible notables FRESH FLAT IRON University of Nevada, Reno professor creates new steak cut. WRITTEN BY KURT BICKELPHOTOS BY MIKE WOLTERBEEK, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO UNR’s Amilton de Mellow displays […]

Edible Notables – Sparks PD garden

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edible notables BOUNTIFUL FORCE Sparks police officers reap rewards from station garden. WRITTEN BY HEIDI BETHEL PHOTOS BY ASA GILMORE First row, from left, working back are Marla Wetterling, Detective […]

Edible Notables – Hyatt Fishable

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edible notables LINE TO TABLE An early-morning fishing adventure on Lake Tahoe. WRITTEN BY AMANDA BURDENPHOTOS BY JACI GOODMAN Sylas Wright, editor in chief of Tahoe Quarterly Justin Majeczky, local […]

Edible Garden – Flowers

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edible garden LOCAL BLOOMS Cut-flower farms take root. WRITTEN BY KELSEY FITZGERALDPHOTOS BY JEN BRITTON From left, Emma and Janey Chase, daughters of Jessica Chase. Emma holds lilacs grown at […]

Edible Travel – Queensland Vineyard

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edible travel DESERT MIRAGE Dry, distant Dyer is home to a lush, family-owned farm and B&B. WRITTEN BY JESSICA SANTINAPHOTOS BY DAVE SANTINA Joyce Hartman prepares her famous waffles for […]

Edible Traditions – Grocery stores

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edible traditions BRINGING HOME THE BACON Reno’s journey from mercantile to supermarket. WRITTEN BY SHARON HONIG-BEAR Interior of a 19th century grocery store. Courtesy of Special Collections at University of […]