This vivid publication will explore the farmers, food artisans, and culinary wonders within our communities that make eating local food an everyday pleasure. The wine country has a wealth of food stories to tell, and edible Marin & Wine Country plans to tell them all.
edible Marin and Wine Country will encourage us to consider the basic facts of where our food comes from. By eating locally, we help to sustain the small family farms which produce healthy foods with fullness of taste and provide for a safer food supply. The publication will follow our seasonal schedule: four times each year, you’ll be enticed with stories about farmers, chefs, and the local food industry. Gorgeous color photography featuring food and landscape will put life on pages full of culinary interest and events.
CHERRY ON TOP
Find one of the “little people” in this photograph by Matthew Carden that has been hidden in another location within this issue and enter the page number of the hidden location on the Edible Marin & Wine Country homepage. The first six people to enter a correct answer will receive a pair of tickets to the Artisan Cheese Tasting and Marketplace at the eighth annual California’s Artisan Cheese Festival, March 23, 2014, in Petaluma. ArtisanCheeseFestival.com
Entries are due by midnight on March 16, 2014
Winners will be notified by email.
Experience all of Matthew Carden’s wonderful “food as art” pieces that have been published in Edible Marin & Wine Country, and more, in person at his Super Fresh Art Gallery, 906 Grant Ave., Novato.