Foraging

Edible Ohio Valley is a curator for the Lexicon of Sustainability Pop-up Show series at this year’s Greenmarket event.  Each pop-up show will be a mobile art presentation complete with 24 photographs, showcasing the new terms and explaining sustainability in our ever-changing environment. For More information on Ohio Valley Greenmarket, click here.  

Mail drop: Thanks Erin

We like to get letters from readers just as much as you like to find the new issue of Edible – and today we found a little note in the mailbox that put a smile on our faces. We want to share it will all the good people that make Edible Ohio Valley possible – to the […]

The Story of An Egg

Edible Ohio Valley is a curator for the Lexicon of Sustainability Pop-up Show series at this year’s Greenmarket event.  Each pop-up show will be a mobile art presentation complete with 24 photographs, showcasing the new terms and explaining sustainability in our ever-changing environment. For More information on Ohio Valley Greenmarket, click here.  

Volunteers Needed for Greenmarket 2014

Things are underway for Greenmarket 2014! But we need some help… We need 10 volunteers for the community dinner at the Peterloon Estate, August 2nd, and 20 volunteers for the Greenmarket event at Gorman Heritage Farm, August 3rd. Volunteers get: A free 1yr subscription to EOV ($28) 1 EOV burlap bag ($15) (1) Discount ticket to […]

White or Wheat

Edible Ohio Valley is a curator for the Lexicon of Sustainability Pop-up Show series at this year’s Greenmarket event.  Each pop-up show will be a mobile art presentation complete with 24 photographs, showcasing the new terms and explaining sustainability in our ever-changing environment. For More information on Ohio Valley Greenmarket, click here.    

Urban Farming

Edible Ohio Valley is a curator for the Lexicon of Sustainability Pop-up Show series at this year’s Greenmarket event.  Each pop-up show will be a mobile art presentation complete with 24 photographs, showcasing the new terms and explaining sustainability in our ever-changing environment. For More information on Ohio Valley Greenmarket, click here.    

Culinary Herbs

Herbs are our cooking sidekicks. They elevate a plain, unexceptional dish into flavor-filled cuisine. Throughout history and across cultures, herbs have been used for medicinal, spiritual, and culinary purposes. These potent plants fill our gardens and kitchens with their strong, fresh smells and earthy, minty, spicy flavors. Many herbs are easy to grow in a […]

Cook for America

Cincinnati, Ohio “Kids spend much of their lives in school — eating boxed, canned, frozen, and reheated foods,” says Greater Cincinnati’s Interact for Health vice president Kate Keller. Improving the health of today’s young people means encouraging systematic changes at the school level. What was once the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, Interact for Health […]

Tavern Vinegar Company

Columbus, Ohio This craft vinegar, originally housemade by chef Jonathon Sawyer in his Cleveland restaurant, The Greenhouse Tavern, is now being produced in the distillery of Middle West Spirits. The partnership between these two Ohio artisan companies goes beyond sharing a production space: Both businesses share a “passion for handcrafted products with an ethos that’s […]

salad people

 By Mollie Katzen “Just two shakes, Jade,” is often a reminder I give to my daughter when she’s adding salt to her food (she really likes salt). We learned this direction after using Salad People to create a few dishes. Filled with illustrations to guide kids aged preschool and up, through recipes such as Broccoli […]

fried confetti

Jade likes to have fancy Chinese food for special occasions, which turns out to be simply fried rice. Yet, for a recipe in Edible, our standard is as close to 100% locally grown ingredients as possible. As a result, in our search for a rice substitute (because it is not grown locally), we discovered a […]

hartzler dairy

Wooster, Ohio The Hartzler Family Dairy has been producing delicious dairy products for 18 years. They began with the goal of maintaining a sustainable family farm and providing unique products to their customers. They use low-temperature pasteurization, which takes longer than the conventional high-temperature alternative but keeps enzymes in the milk intact. Therefore, the milk […]

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