Staying home just got a lot tastier, thanks to the new Edible Communities cookbook
Home sweet Home, indeed: our new cookbook is here! We’ve teamed up with fellow Edible publishers in nearly 80 communities throughout the U.S. and Canada to curate over 100 pages of recipes, videos, podcasts and illustrations in the latest Edible Communities cookbook release, Recipes from Home.
Fans of Edible Cleveland will be pleasantly surprised to see our recipe developer Melissa McClelland popping up on the cookbook’s pages with Pasta e Fagioli and Pasta Puttanesca recipes (both made with quarantine-friendly staples easily found in your pantry).
What our magazine’s followers may actually be surprised by is that we are one of more than 90 publications in the Edible Communities network — a tight-knit group of independently-owned, locally-focused magazines across North America. This collaborative cookbook is a gorgeous reflection of that geographic diversity and culinary unity, from a Moose Crostata recipe sourced from Edible Alaska to a Texas Pecan Blondies recipe from Edible Dallas & Fort Worth to chef Michael Patrick’s Original Shrimp & Grits straight out of Edible Memphis.
By purchasing this cookbook, you’re not just tapping into a rich tapestry of local foods and flavors, but you’re also supporting local journalism and enabling us to keep telling stories that make a difference (and producing cookbook-worthy recipes). This might be the best $20 you spend all day!
Find out for yourself by clicking here to learn more or buy the cookbook, and thanks in advance for your support.