The Winter 2011 issue has stories on classic cocktails, the risky future of Florida citrus, making Argentinean asado with blogger Gaucho Garcia, how to dry fruits, Sol Sundays and lots more.
I profiled Troy Gardens, an horticultural program at Troy Academy — a high school for at-risk teens that have gone through the juvenile justice system or have failed at regular schools.
You can find Ben Thacker, the program’s director, and a few of his students at the Roots in the City Market (Wednesdays 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. at the corner of NW 2nd Avenue and 10th Street) selling the produce they grow at the school. Stop by to visit them or keep up with Troy’s progress on Facebook.
The new issue of edible South Florida is now available at Whole Foods. Until then, check out the online edition.