The Spring 2013 issue of Edible Phoenix is OUT!
If you live in Phoenix, pick up a copy at most farmers’ markets. There’s a link to the online version at the end of this post, but first here’s a preview of what’s in this issue.
My article is a profile of an under-the-radar chef who never seeks the spotlight but unquestionably deserves it.
Edward Farrow is the Executive Chef of The Cafe at the MIM. I first wrote about this unusual museum cafe in 2010, when it was barely 3 months old.
Other stories included in this Spring issue:
- the announcement of the 2013 Local Hero Awards, including Chef, Farmer and more.
- a story about a business that sells reusable bags painted by local artists depicting veggies.
- an artichoke recipe from Brian Malarkey, chef/owner of Searsucker in Scottsdale, and co-host of ABC’s The Taste.
- recipes for spring tonics from Pomegranate Cafe.
If you can’t locate a copy, you can read the Edible Phoenix Spring 2013 online. Look for the “Try our digital issue” link on the top right hand side.