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Edible Baja Arizona magazine covers (Photo credit: Jackie Tran)

Edible Baja Arizona Magazine Folds, Will Not Publish January/February Issue

Edible Baja Arizona magazine is no more. Co-founder, editor, and publisher Doug Biggers originally planned to transition the brand into Baja…

UNESCO Creative Cities Map (Source: UNESCO)

Tucson Gets HUGE New York Times Shout Out For City of Gastronomy Designation

“To an outsider, Tucson’s star turn may be a bit of a head scratcher,” states yesterday’s New York Times feature “

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This Week At The Carriage House: Panel Discussion, Agave Dinner, Dim Sum & Mother’s Day Brunch

Here’s what’s shaking this week at the Carriage House: Edible Baja Presents Panel Discussion Author Simran Sethi 6 p.m….

Sand Reckoner Vineyards

Explore Willcox Wine Country & More This Sunday With Edible Excursions

As Tucsonans, we’re lucky to be experiencing the city at a unique time in its cultural history. It’s easy…

Edible Baja Arizona's Jared McKinley

Nine On The Line With Jared McKinley of Edible Baja Arizona

Photo Credit: Jared McKinley Local food enthusiasts know Jared McKinley as founding member and Associate Publisher…

Getting Naked for Money, Edie Jarolim

Help Local Living Legend of a Food Writer Make Her Memoir a Reality

Quick, think of your favorite local publication. Whether it’s Sunset Magazine, Arizona Highways, Tucson Guide, the Arizona Daily Star, Edible…

Chef Tavel Bristol's The Market Cake with Buttermilk Cake, Lemon Curd, Compressed Melon, Fresh Figs and Beet Caramel from Seed & Sow event at Zona 78

Heirloom Farmers Market, Edible Baja Arizona, Zona 78 Team Up for RIPE

The beginning of fall in Tucson offers an abundance of popular native foods, including mesquite flour, prickly pear syrups…

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