Edible DC Launches with “Summer Vortex” Issue

EDC Cover Page

Local food magazine’s summer issue set to hit the streets Wednesday, June 18

Read the full press release here.

A conversation with the Old Dominion’s three top winemakers - Virginia’s Finest By David White Until 1976, few wine critics took California seriously. That year, a British wine merchant organized a competition in Paris pitting California’s best Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon against the best wines that France had to offer. Everyone assumed that France would win. But with both the whites and the reds, California […]
The Goat Cheeses of Georges Mill Farm - The Goat Cheeses of Georges Mill Farm By Emily Hilliard Along the back roads of Loudon County, en route to Georges Mill Farm in Lovettsville, Virginia, there are signs that you’re still within striking distance of a major metropolitan area, as newer homes and development extend their reach among the rolling farms with old barns […]
Dolcezza Gelato Raises the Bar with New Venue - Get Your Licks In By Tim Ebner By the time late spring rolls around, Robb Duncan is salivating for summer. It’s the time of year when his business, Dolcezza Gelato, is busy whipping up frozen gelatos with fresh berries, including strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and red, black and purple raspberries. Summer also means peak herb growing […]
A Julep So Cool It’s Blue - By Tim Ebner As the heat and humidity hit this summer, skip the Manhattan and order up an ice-cold mint julep. Sure, this cocktail has several centuries of history in Kentucky, and it’s the official drink of the Kentucky Derby, but it might also be the perfect remedy for a muggy D.C. afternoon. Nick Caruana […]
Tips on Freezing Summer Fruits - Saving Summer by Debra Moser It is a sure sign that spring has arrived when the first local strawberries make their appearance in farm markets—bursting with flavor, bringing vibrant color at the end of a drab winter. We dream of sun-drenched days full of delicate red raspberries, overflowing cartons of juicy blackberries and blueberries bursting […]
Mockingbird Hill Fino Garlicback - The Weirdest Thing That Actually Tastes Great By Alison Baitz Mockingbird Hill bar manager and head bartender Chantal Tseng was looking for a way to incorporate pickled garlic juice into a drink. Inspired by the classic pickleback (a shot of whiskey chased with pickle juice), she dreamed up the fino garlicback, a shot of dry […]
JRINK Juicery - By Alison Baitz Shizu Okusa and Jennifer Ngai met in 2010 when they were both working at Goldman Sachs as investment bankers. They officially launched JRINK Juicery in January 2014—with a quick in-person debut in October 2013, at Taste of DC—while both still employed full-time at the World Bank, and are now the proud owners […]