Winter 2014

December, January, February

— Bonnie Lind says about Nevada being ripe for the benefits of commercial indoor agriculture. Lind was the renewable energy specialist for the Nevada Governor’s Office on Economic Development and now works for Microdel, which is building a large, indoor agricultural operation (a fish farm) in Minden, Nev.”]It’s really exciting, and I really believe this is how we are going to change the world.”

 

FROM THE EDITOR

EDIBLE NOTABLES
Taking It To The Streets
Elegance Amid the Elements
Cookbook Treasure Trove
The Cowboy Way

EDIBLE EVENTS
Seasonal food-related happenings.

COVER
Indoor agriculture hits its stride in Reno-Tahoe.

FEATURE
Growing protein hydroponically.

FEATURE
Edible schoolyards are taking it indoors.

CHEF’S TABLE
Louis’ serves family style at its finest.

MEET THE RANCHER
The last of the buckaroos.

EDIBLE ENDEAVORS
Local indulgences sweeten the season.

DRINKABLE RENO-TAHOE
Warm up with local hot toddies.

EDIBLE GARDEN
Master gardeners share valuable resources.

EDIBLE TRADITIONS
Tamales of the past.

WHAT’S IN SEASON
Ripe and ready bounty.

EAT LOCAL GUIDE
Delicious and healthy dining choices.

ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
Support these local businesses.

THE LAST BITE
It’s a (tasty) wrap!

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