Wellness 2018

small coverThe Wellness Issue

Putting together this Wellness issue was such a sweet journey. We enjoyed recognizing and celebrating Rain Lily, a great urban farm, and their unique delivery service. Abby Love, an amazing local baker, pops in to share some favorite recipes (peach-crisp pie, anyone?) and gives us a tour of Barton Springs Mill and their impressive array of fresh-milled heirloom grains. We learn about neighbors coming together to heal a plot of land torn raw from disaster and sadness with the power of a community garden. And we speak to Chef Philip Speer about changes, hope and things learned on a personal journey. This and so much more. Welcome to the Wellness issue.

ABOUT THE COVER: Simple Rye Loaf. Photography by Casey Woods.

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WELLNESS features

rain lily smallRain Lily Farm

This growing family delivers the bounty of local.
 

 

grains smallBetter Grains

Using Barton Springs Mill to freshen up baking.
 

 

afi smallSaving Food's Soul

Local investor group supports the small scale.

 

 

speer smallTurn and Face the Strange

Local chef's move to recovery.

 

 

what's on our COUNTER

notable EDIBLES
Wiseman Family Practice.
Heartwood Community Garden.

PEOPLE
Ren Garcia.

MELTING pot
The Mesoamerican Milpa.

edible ENDEAVOR
Bola pizza.

edible ENDEAVOR
Cookbook Cafe.

edible GARDENS
Sill-life with herbs.

edible BEAUTY
Hair conditioning by nature.

edible DIY
Peaches.

green corn project
A Fabulous Paring.