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Photo Gallery: Edible Ottawa Magazine Covers

January 01, 2017
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Edible Ottawa March/April 2017 cover
Behind Edible Ottawa's Cover: Briana Kim prepares the edible garden box — available throughout the year as part of the chef's five-, nine- and 12-course tasting menu.
Photo 1: Cover: March/April 2017, Issue 15
Photo 2: Behind Edible Ottawa's Cover: Briana Kim prepares the edible garden box — available throughout the year as part of the chef's five-, nine- and 12-course tasting menu.

March/April 2017

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Ben Welland

At Café My House, most of the dishes on the menu include fermented elements — from preserved citrus to fermented watermelon rind — and the edible garden box, complete with edible soil, shown on the cover, is no exception.

 

Edible Ottawa January/February 2017 cover
Behind Edible Ottawa's Cover: bar taps at Union 613
Photo 1: Cover: January/February 2017, Issue 14
Photo 2: Behind the Cover: Bar taps at Union 613

January/February 2017

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Jamie Kronick

Union 613 has become one of the city’s most popular restaurants, for food workers and the general public alike — and the platform from which owner Ivan Gedz broadcasts his own particular brand of gastronomic discourse.


 

Edible Ottawa November/December 2016 cover
The flaming plum pudding was photographed by Ben Welland with camera and fire extinguisher in hand at Thyme & Again Creative Catering and Take Home Food Shop in Ottawa's Wellington West neighbourhood.
Photo 1: The photograph of the gingerbread house on the cover was taken by Catherine Beddall for her new book, The Magic of Gingerbread.
Photo 2: The flaming plum pudding was photographed by Ben Welland with camera and fire extinguisher in hand at Thyme & Again Creative Catering and Take Home Food Shop in Ottawa's Wellington West neighbourhood.

November/December 2016

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Catherine Beddall

The photograph of the gingerbread house on the cover was taken by Catherine Beddall for her new book, The Magic of Gingerbread.

Photo 1: Edible Ottawa Cover September/October 2016 Issue 12
Photo 2: Behind the Cover: Indigo-tomato-stained hands are a sign of a fruitful harvest at Vicki's Veggies in Milford, Prince Edward County.

September/October 2016

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Johnny CY Lam

The cover photo of Indigo Rose tomatoes hanging on the vine at Vicki's Veggies in Milford, Prince Edward County, was shot by Johnny C.Y. Lam at the 2015 Heirloom Hurrah Tomato Tasting.

Edible Ottawa July/August 2016 Issue 11
Behind Edible Ottawa's Cover: Brad Cocchio poses with shrimp raised in converted hog barns in Campbellford, Ont.
Photo 1: Cover: July/August 2016
Photo 2: Behind Edible Ottawa's Cover: Cover: Brad Cocchio poses with shrimp raised in converted hog barns in Campbellford, Ont.

July/August 2016

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Tara Simpson

Paul and Brad Cocchio did much of the work to convert one of their hog barns, removing animal pens and slotted floors from the 200-foot by 40-foot space and equipping it with poured concrete tanks, 20,000 gallons of artificial sea water and aeration pumps. They also had to navigate a sea of government procedures to obtain the necessary licences and permits. For example, it took three years and lots of paperwork to get the jumbo Pacific white shrimp they wanted added to the list of species that can be legally farmed in Ontario.

Edible Ottawa May/June 2016 cover
Photo 1: Cover: May/June 2016, Issue 10
Photo 2: Behind the Cover: Juniper Farm

May/June 2016

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Tara Simpson

Last fall, in a panic to photograph the growing season before the fields were covered by a blanket of snow, I ran to Juniper Farm. It was mid-September and I arrived shortly after 8 a.m. to find a busy team, already harvesting in the fields for the day's restaurant deliveries. As I walked down the path to join them, I suddenly stopped and grabbed my camera to capture what turned out to be our cover shot of Lidija Rozitis, a workshare member who helps on the farm to pay for a portion of her food box. She was harvesting leeks against the beautiful misty backdrop of blue- and green-hued layers of trees in the hills just north of Wakefield, Québec.

Photo 1: Cover: March/April 2016, Issue 9
Photo 2: Behind Edible Ottawa's cover: Matthew and Marianne Gee, owners of Gees Bees Honey Company.

March/April 2016

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Heather Gurney-Burgess, Candid Design Inc.

 

Matthew and Marianne Gee, owners of Gees Bees Honey Company, are helping save Ottawa’s honeybees one hive at a time. Bringing beehives to backyards and rooftops all across the city, their Host-a-Hive program provides chefs, businesses and homeowners the opportunity to enjoy their very own hyper-local honey — while the Gees handle all of the work.

When Heather Gurney-Burgess signed on for the bee photoshoot, little did she know that the Gees and their bees are her country neighbours. The Gees also rescue honeybees, relocating them to their 25-acre property in Dunrobin — a site they are conserving as a Pollinator Sanctuary to help protect bees, butterflies, birds and bats. In spring, the mixed forest of maple, basswood, and poplar provides a much needed source of pollen. Come summer, the land is filled with blooming raspberry, blackberry, clover and vetch — all native sources of nectar for Ottawa’s pollinators.

Edible Ottawa January/February 2016 cover
Behind Edible Ottawa's Cover: Jessica Carpione from Bread By Us bakery.
Photo 1: Cover: January/February 2016 Issue 8
Photo 2: Behind the Cover: Jessica Carpione, co-owner and baker at Bread By Us dusting croissants

January/February 2016

ON THE COVER
Photo Credit: Tara Simpson

Jessica Carpinone, co-owner and baker at Bread By Us, knows how to gently and patiently coax the natural flavours from her breads.

The process of making the whole wheat loaves shown on the cover takes approximately 24 hours — from soaking the flour for 10 hours to bring out the natural sweetness, to letting it ferment overnight, shaping it and letting it rise again before baking it in the oven. There is no sugar added, just a minimal amount of yeast and sourdough to help it along. You can't rush something this good.

After completing graduate studies in biology at Carleton University, Carpinone moved to Vancouver, B.C. Starting to consider baking professionally, she found inspiration on the pages of edible Vancouver, from a story about Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company. With no prior experience, she convinced them to give her a chance in their restaurant and that opportunity kick-started her culinary career.

Photo 1: Cover: November/December 2015, Issue 7
Photo 2: Behind Edible Ottawa's cover: 1st anniversary cake photo shoot

November/December 2015

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Ben Welland

Drawn to small shops where the creations are made by the visionary themselves, Anne Waters, edible Ottawa contributor and our favourite local food scout, chose a cake by Carrie Bradley, owner of Patisserie La Toque in Wakefield, to celebrate the magazine's first anniversary. Although cake is not Waters' first choice for dessert, she admits it is a family tradition at her house, a symbol of celebration of milestones, accomplishments and important life journeys.

Waters loves raspberry and lemon — the brightness of yellow and red are visually appealing and also pack a flavour punch. Bradley's almond cake is a sophisticated presentation of bold, well-balanced flavours, and the fact that it is gluten-free is a bonus. The jewelled topping of piped raspberry buttercream, milk cookie crumble, edible gold-leafed snapdragons and fresh, jelly-filled raspberries, conceals more lemon curd and buttercream hidding beneath.

Cover and photo above by Ben Welland of Byfield~Pitman Photography. And, thanks to Emily Arbour of Hello Yellow in Almonte for providing the Hygge & West wallpaper for our cake shoot.

Photo 1: Cover: September/October 2015, Issue 6
Photo 2: McIntosh apple flyer courtesy of the Cornwall Community Museum.

September/October 2015

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Cornwall Community Museum

Perfect in pies and tasty to munch, the classic taste of the McIntosh Apple is etched into our food memories. Surprisingly, the story of the origins of the little-celebrated, locally grown McIntosh apple is long, convoluted and full of diversions that will lead you down the rabbit hole. It is a tale full of intrigue, misquoted dates etched on plaques, contradictory webpages and oral traditions that change with each telling. Nevertheless, it is an apple used worldwide and maintains its rank against all others.

Photo 1: Cover: July/August 2015, Issue 5
Photo 2: Behind the cover: Karen Henry sells her Karumba Icicools at the Ottawa Farmers Market

July/August 2015

ON THE COVER
Cover photo credit: by Tara Simpson

What was to be a clean-up job after photographing Karen Henry's Karumba! Icicools for The Joys of Summer article (on page 10) is now the beautiful mess on the cover of this issue. Henry's Icicools, a line of all-natural ice pops, are shown in all their melted glory on a freshly painted City of Ottawa wading pool — the perfect backdrop.

 

 

Edible Ottawa May/June 2015 Cover
Behind Edible Ottawa's Cover: bouquets Roots and Shoots Farm composes for local brides.
Photo 1: Cover: May/June 2015, Issue 4
Photo 2: Behind the Cover: bouquets Roots and Shoots Farm composes for local brides.

May/June 2015

ON THE COVER
Cover photo credit: by Jessica Weatherhead

Jessica Weatherhead says she is a farm girl, but we think she is an artist through and through. Whether she is growing organic vegetables, painting life around her or composing unique floral bouquets, Weatherhead does it with an eye for beauty.

For the May cover, Weatherhead captured her friend Bonnie Bartlett holding one of the many bouquets Roots and Shoots Farm composes for local brides. Weatherhead is one of a handful of growers breaking ground in the farm-to-vase movement in Ottawa.

Edible Ottawa March/April 2015 cover
Behind Edible Ottawa's cover: Nola Faubert is holding a bounty of fresh eggs.
Photo 1: Cover: March/April 2015, Issue 3
Photo 2: Behind the Cover: Nola Faubert is holding a bounty of fresh eggs.

March/April 2015

ON THE COVER
Cover photo credit: by Kate Settle of Kate Settle Photography

When armed with her camera, frenetic chickens are no match for Kate Settle. Settle has been keeping up with children for more than 10 years, photographing them in their natural habitat — bouncing on beds and chasing chickens.

For the March cover, Settle led us to Greta’s Organic Gardens. She’s been going to Greta’s farm with her sons for more than five years for great gardening advice, amazing heirloom tomato plants and to watch the tadpoles. In this photo, Nola Faubert is holding a bounty of fresh eggs.

Edible Ottawa January/February 2015 cover
Behind Edible Ottawa's Cover: Shilly Shally Lodge (Trail 1) in Gatineau Park.
Photo 1: Cover: January/February 2015, Issue 2
Photo 2: Behind the Cover: Shilly Shally Lodge (Trail 1) in Gatineau Park.

January/February 2015

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Paul Proulx, owner of Tours Expédition Ottawa

A self-taught photographer, Proulx has been passionate about photography for more than 35 years. Specializing in historical imagery, he often shoots through a 35-105mm lens, on 400 ASA film, no manipulation, no special effects - just raw photography. The cover photo captures Shilly Shally Lodge (Trail 1) in Gatineau Park. The 10-kilometre round trip to the lodge is accessible from parking lot 10 on the Fortune Promenade Trail. To discover more trails, visit GatineauPark.gc.ca.

Edible Ottawa November/December 2014 cover
Behind Edible Ottawa's Cover: in the mid-19th century farmhouse of Bill Dobson and Linda Hynes.
Photo 1: Cover: November/December 2014, Issue 1
Photo 2: Behind the Cover: in the mid-19th century farmhouse of Bill Dobson and Linda Hynes.

November/December 2014

ON THE COVER
Cover Photo Credit: Anne Waters

The cover photo was taken by Anne Waters in the window surround in the mid-19th century farmhouse of Bill Dobson and Linda Hynes. Daughter Cait and son-in-law Kyle White established Milkhouse Farm & Dairy on her parents’ farm in 2010.

Featured cheeses from the top: Highland Blue, BackForty Artisan Cheese, Tête à Papineau, Fromagerie Montebello, Tomme, Milkhouse Farm and Dairy and Pecorino, Canreg Station Farm and Pasture Dairy.

Article from Edible Ottawa at http://edibleottawa.ediblecommunities.com/about-us/photo-gallery-edible-ottawa-magazine-covers
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