Edible Columbus Spring 2012 : Page 2
CONTENTS 2012 Departments 4 6 7 8 10 18 24 28 30 36 63 64 Letter from the Publisher Letter from the Editor Edible Events Local and In Season From the Kitchen From the Good Earth Local Foodshed In the Garden Young Palates Notes on Agriculture Advertiser Directory Last Seed Features 14 Soil Matters Just beneath our feet is the ultimate natural resource RECIPES 48 It’s a Lifestyle Mayor Coleman’s recipe for a thriving, sustainable city 8 Rhubarb Fool 11 Grandma’s Omelet Soufflé with Strawberries By Victoria Spencer Illustrations by Lucy Engelman by Marta Madigan 20 Beautiful, Useful, Edible Jennifer Bartley and the American Potager 52 The Farmer Down the Block Urban farming is growing—veggies to bees to livestock 12 Asparagus Vichyssoise 13 Goat Cheese Stuffed Fingerlings 21 Stuffed Trout with Green Garlic and Herbs By Molly Hays Story and Photography by Kit Yoon 23 Spring Peas with Mint Cream 32 With a Stick and a String Making Columbus the community garden center of the nation 56 One to One, One to Many In Chicago, Detroit and Cleveland, the power of urban agriculture rises up 23 Dilly Heirloom Potato Salad 23 Creamy Green Goddess Dressing PHOTO BY © CAROLE TOPALIAN By Tamara Mann Tweel By Colleen Leonardi 44 Cultivating the Past Growing, buying heirlooms strengthens a vital connection to history and diversity By Bill Thorness ABOUT THE COVER: Will Lehnert is owner of the local garden design firm Outdoor Space Design and was formally trained as a Landscape Architect from the Ohio State University Knowlton School of Architecture. The watercolor he created for our cover was a seed of an idea from us, imagined and executed in the most inspiring way with his fine skills. Learn more about Will and his work at: outdoorspacedesign.net.
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