It’s been an exciting month for the local food word in Texas with the debut of two new magazines.
Edible San Antonio debuted (the digital issue isn’t online just yet) with their Fall Harvest issue. I’m looking forward to following the growth of the farmers markets, local sourcing restaurants and food artisans in the Alamo City, and am thrilled that another Edible magazine will be helping tell those stories. Edible San Antonio is publishing on a six times/year rotation and offers a $35/year subscription.
The magazine launch that has had me circling my mailbox in anticipation is Sugar & Rice from Houston. My friends Chris Cusack, who you may know from his days as a co-owner at Thunderbird Coffee, Benjy Mason and David Leftwich have conspired to create a beautiful, thoughtful journal focused on the Gulf Coast region. It’s gorgeous, inspired and I haven’t been this excited to get a magazine in the mail since I received my first issue of Garden & Gun. Sugar & Rice is publishing quarterly and subscriptions are $30/year.
I love that there is now a magazine focused on local food stories in four of Texas’ major cities (Edible Austin, Edible Dallas & Fort Worth, Edible San Antonio and Sugar & Rice). Getting a subscription to each will guarantee that you have one of the best informed libraries in the state. See you at the magazine stand!