Sometimes just getting dinner made is a triumph. Luckily, Erin Gleeson of The Forest Feast serves up a simple salad to solve summer meal-time woes. Stacy Ladenburger takes us to her favorite restaurant Marie Catrib’s where the owner shared her triumphant spirit through amazing food like her renowned Hummingbird Cake. Diane Ruggie shares letters her parents sent to one another while her father was serving in WWII, including a recipe for her mom’s victory garden–inspired bread and butter pickles. That’s just a taste of the stories, recipes, tips + tidbits in this issue.
Get ready to get your hands dirty in the kitchen and the garden as Emma Tramposch introduces us to Mission Pie, a business with a mission to help grow the community while serving up delicious food, including their hearty seasonal salad; Lindsay Kucera finds comfort in her dad’s blackened halibut tacos that she dreaded growing up; Kirby Engelman gives us a peek into the life of a beekeeper and shares her recipe for a honey harvest cake; and Emily Wallace shares the secrets to growing a giant pumpkin. That’s just a taste of the delicious stories, recipes, tips & tidbits, waiting to be devoured in this issue.
Gather round as photographer Yossy Arefi takes us on a blackberry hunt with her father and ends the day with a blackberry and rhubarb pie; Miranda Rake reminisces about her annual holiday brunch where recipes are clipped, gathered, and stored throughout the year in anticipation for the main event—and it wouldn’t be a party without her mom’s homemade cranberry liqueur; and Michael Harlan Turkell interviews two chefs, Alex Raij and Chris Cosentino, about how they gather inspiration for their next dish. These stories, recipes, tips & tidbits, and more!
In addition to the magazine, subscribers will receive a lovely food art print by artist Naomi Elliott that reads “People who love to eat are always the best people —Julia Child”.
This issue was kindly supported by Product of GIR, makers of the best spatulas out there.