Food for Thought

Issue #41 Winter 2018

By Kate & Robb Harper / Photography By Fresh Coast Photography | Last Updated December 18, 2017
0 Shares
Share to printerest Share to fb Share to twitter Share to mail Share to print

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHERS

WOW! We are thrilled to be celebrating 10 years of publishing a magazine that tells the stories of our local food scene from the ground up. As we celebrate, first and foremost, we think about the hundreds of people we want to thank for making this publication a star in Southeast Michigan.

We are fortunate to have met most of these people when we share their stories, and we continue to follow their stories as so many have become our friends. We are grateful and humbled by their hard work, dedication and true passion for keeping it local, fresh and honest.

Along with the farmers, brewers, bakers and chefs, there are those we want to thank personally. Our writers and photographers bring these stories to light with their talents and passion. They are among the very best.

Important to the magazine and close to our hearts are the three core staffers that through their tireless work, amazing talents, patience and true professionalism (and sense of humor) keep EdibleWOW a publication we are all proud of. They are Executive Editor Chris Hardman, Food Editor Pam Aughe and Designer Susanne Dudzik. Without these three amazing women, none of this would be possible. Thank you ladies for your dedication to WOWing folks issue after issue.

Last and certainly not at all least, our supporters. We are fortunate and grateful to our true supporters, our subscribers and our strong advertising base. Without the financial support of our advertising partners, including stores, farmers markets, restaurants and local artisans, we would not be able to share the stories of our region. We ask that you, our readers, support them as often as possible, and tell them EdibleWOW sent you. Thanks to you all for sharing your stories, your talents and your passion for all things local. From the bottom of our hearts, we believe you are truly marvelous!

Kate & Robb Harper, Publishers EdibleWOW Magazine

Found in Translation: Miss Kim in Ann Arbor

Miss Kim offers the rich textures and flavors of Korea in a serene Ann Arbor space

White Pine Coffee

Local coffee roasters celebrate Michigan’s lumber industry with bold, rich flavors

Up North, Down State: Biercamp Brewing

How an artisan meat shop is bringing the flavor of the North to Ann Arbor’s hip food scene

A Communal Kitchen

Fledgling food businesses get their start at The Culinary Studio

Firefighter gourmet: Just Add Tomatoes

Firefighters start pizza sauce herb company

Hurley Opens a "Food Farmacy" in Flint

Helping patients eat healthy begins with having enough food

Pie-Sci: Full Circle Pizza

Pop culture pies in Detroit's Woodbridge neighborhood

All About Fermenting & Pickling

Discover the difference between these two food preservation methods with recipes to try

D-Town Farm Soldiers On

Catch up with one of Detroit’s most influential and sustainable urban farms: the 7-acre D-Town Farm

What’s happening near you

May 27 | 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Flower Day

Ann Arbor Farmers Market
Ann Arbor
May 27 | 11:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Flower Day

Ann Arbor Farmers Market
Ann Arbor
Subscribe
Build your own subscription bundle.
Pick 3 regions for $60