Welcome to Edible DC

Edible DC is a local, independently owned publication dedicated to covering the unique culinary culture of the DC and the Capitol region in Maryland and Virginia. We strive to connect consumers with local growers, retailers, chefs and food artisans.  Readers are encouraged to explore the food community and surrounding landscape, discover seasonal events and indulge in the diverse offerings of our abundant foodshed.

We are currently working on our first issue, scheduled to go to press in mid-June 2014!  Stay up-to-date with our publication and distribution by liking us on Facebook.

For information about advertising in Edible DC and becoming a distribution location, contact us at sales@edibledc.com. We are also looking for help with advertising sales, contact us at the same email for more information.

Interested in writing or have a story idea for Edible DC? Reach us at info@edibledc.com.

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Facebook IconApril 21, 2014 at 9:39 am

Such an interesting story about the challenges of free-ranging pigs--Smith Meadows is now on version 3.0 and it took a few other versions of trial and error to get there. Great read with the morning coffee...

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How To Raise Pigs On Pasture

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Thinking of Raising Free-Range Pigs? A farmer shares his experiences.

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Facebook IconApril 21, 2014 at 7:07 am

Ahhh-sparagus--the first of the season from Bethesda Farm Market--we snatched the last bunch--and celebrated Easter and spring with lamb, pea shoot salad, asparagus and fresh morels. Spring fresh food super bowl!

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Facebook IconApril 18, 2014 at 5:07 pm

Congrats to all area hard working small artisan food and drink crafters who made this list! And a shout out to El Rey for a restaurant made of re-purposed shipping containers...

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The 24 Coolest Small Businesses In Washington, DC

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From a stock market-style bar to the audacious Flying Dog brewery, check out the coolest small businesses in Washington, D.C.

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