Thanks to our wonderful photographers, including Randee Daddona, Matthew Furman and Lindsay Morris. And thank you to everyone who shared their comments with us. Keep an eye out for the new issue in tasting rooms, restaurants and food shops everywhere next week. Or, subscribe and get it at your door.Here are some of our other favorite comments:
Representative of the majority of votes for the bread: “#1 Carissa’s Breads! This photo represents everything “Edible” about the East End. A wonderful local vendor selling to other local vendors and consumers and a great story about a phenomenal new baker!”
The practical and informative: “Uncle Spiros, these sheep are both food and fibre (meat, milk, and wool). My vote is for the black ram photo, composition is good, makes for an interesting cover, and is a great icon for sustainable farming.”
The self-depricating: “#1. I’m a fat man that happens to eat a lot of meat and bread due to hating fruit and vegetables and I try and get as much bread from Carissa as possible to put in my stomach cause of how amazing it is. yum!”
The referential: “Julia Child said it best, “How can a nation be called great if its bread tastes like Kleenex?” Carissa turned that around for all of us now that we can share her crusty loaves with a house full of family and friends. And isn’t that what Edible East End is all about?”
The poetic, literally:
The school greenhouse and garden does thrive–
Those veggies that help us survive!
So I am a lover
For Edible”s cover
To be the one numbered FIVE!