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Jan 23, 2013 12:47 AM by Jeanette Trompeter

New Food/Wine Magazine launches on Central Coast

A publication named by the Acadamy Award of the food world (The James Beard Foundation) as the publication of the year, has arrived in San Luis Obispo.

Edible San Luis Obispo will be all about local farmers, fishermen, chefs, vintners, food artisans, and retailers who help produce, prepare and deliver this area's distinct bounty of food and drink. The magazine will especially highlight people who try to go about their business in sustainable ways.

Edible San Luis Obispo is owned and operated by Karrie Crane and Eric Carlstedt and benefits from the support of Edible Communities and the publishers of its 70+ other member publications.

The first Edible magazine, Edible Ojai, was launched in 2002 by Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian. Ryder and Topalian went on to found other "Edible Communities" to help other local food advocates start magazines in their own regions. The Edible family has gained about seven new magazines per year and in May 2011, the James Beard Foundation awarded the group with its first-ever Publication of the Year Award.

The magazine will be available free from numerous select locations and by subscription via the website, www.edibleSLO.com. For more information, go to www.ediblecommunities.com.

The first Edible San Luis Obispo was published January 15th, and is available free from these locations and others throughout San Luis Obispo County:

Barrelhouse Brewing Co.

Kiler Ridge Olive Farm

Mama Ganache Chocolates

New Frontier's Market

Niner Wines Tasting Room

SLO Farmer's Markets

Thomas Hill Organics

Avila Spa and Athletic Club

Avila Wine and Roasting

Brown Butter Cookie Co.

Central Coast Brewing

Coastal Peaks Roasters

Dark Nectar Coffee

Fig Good Food

Firestone Walker

Golden Hills Nursery

Grande Foods Market

Halter Ranch

Higher Groundz Coffee

Hush Harbor Bakery

Joebella Coffee

Linnaea's Café

Meze Wine and Market

Natural Foods Coop of SLO

Nature's Touch Nursery

North County Farmer's Markets

Paso Robles Health Food

Seaside Café and Bakery

TapIt Brewery

The Central Roast

Vivant Fine Cheese

West End Espresso

Woodstone Marketplace

15 Degrees C Wine Bar

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