Fall 2015

October, November, December

 

– Lynn Lloyd, founder/owner of Red Rock Hounds hunt club in Reno”]I remember it was bitter cold and snowy and we had hunted all day. We were so hungry that we just made sandwiches on the tailgate of a pickup. White bread, baloney, and mayonnaise. It was the best thing I’ve ever eaten!!”

 

 

 

FROM THE EDITOR

EDIBLE NOTABLES

A Cut Above
Jerky Junkie
Harvest for Good
Edible Updates
Mena Minute

EDIBLE EVENTS
Seasonal, food-related happenings.

FEATURE
Serving those who have served.

COVER
Do-it-yourself movement hits its stride in Reno-Tahoe.

COVER
Jessica Locke embraces DIY with gusto.

COVER
Exploring the art of fermentation.

COVER
Dehydration preserves nature’s flavors.

COVER
Cure and smoke your own bacon.

COVER
Whip up flavorful nut milks in a jiffy.

CHEF’S TABLE
Fire Sign Café produces a stellar experience.

MEET THE FARMER
Growing giant pumpkins at Pioneer Farms.

FEATURE
Of horses and hounds, and breakfast.

EDIBLE NUTRITION
A gut check for maintaining colon health.

DRINK TANK
Local baristas pour impressive latte art.

EDIBLE GARDEN
Growing walnuts and almonds in Reno-Tahoe.

EDIBLE TRADITIONS
Exploring prosciutto’s roots in the region.

WHAT’S IN SEASON
Ripe and ready bounty.

FARMER’S MARKET GUIDE
An updated Reno-Tahoe listing.

EAT LOCAL GUIDE
Delicious and healthy dining choices.

ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
Support these local businesses.

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