Edible Sarasota's Fall Issue Review

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Posted: Monday, October 28, 2013 5:31 pm | Updated: 5:55 pm, Mon Oct 28, 2013.

The fall issue of Edible Sarasota was a delectable introduction to autumn in Southwest Florida.

I drooled over the descriptions of Courto’s Katas (homemade caramels, brittles and toffees) in the magazine’s always-fun Small Bites section.

The Edible Events calendar made me want to jump into the pumpkin patch at Hunsader Farms for the annual festival.

I also learned about the Australian red claw crayfish that are being bred at North Port’s West Coast Aqua Farms. What a heartwarming story about the owners! I can’t wait to make a trip to South Sarasota County to try the crayfish and meet the amazing people behind the operation.

Australian red claw crayfish
Australian red claw crayfish Photo: EdibleSarasota.com

How about Chianti chef Al Massa’s pan-roasted local American red snapper with Gulf shrimp and fire-roasted corn-radish agrodolce? Yum.

And the sustainable slant at the Waterfront Restaurant on Anna Maria Island—simply inspiring!

I read the mag from cover to cover, but I’m going to have to set it aside now. I have a lot of recipes to attempt and gorgeous fall weather to enjoy!

Subscribe or read the Digital Edition at EdibleSarasota.com

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1 comment:

  • Tracey Dang posted at 11:14 am on Tue, Oct 29, 2013.

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    My favorite is the "Your Local Farm Guide" on page 32. It has a great organized list of all the local farms and another list of all the farmer's markets (websites, locations, and hours included). And a map of all these places, too! The guide also has list of community gardens and farm resources like the Sarasota County Extension that help local farmers. I loved it! What a great way to educated and remind the community to eat local and organic.



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