Edible Silicon Valley celebrates the local, sustainable food sources and community across the Bay Area Peninsula and South Bay. Every season we serve up a combination of profiles, features, and recipes that illuminate the people, local venues and fresh-thinkers who bring this bounty to our tables. Through a seasonal food and lifestyle print magazine, rich online community and community partnership events, we spotlight, amplify and share the diverse and innovative offerings of California living at its freshest.
There is so much to the California Bay Area food culture and lifestyle, and Edible Silicon Valley is the hub where readers, fans and followers come to explore, discover and share this local experience together. We love shining a spotlight on seasonal foods, artisanal businesses and our local farmers/growers–as well as presenting little morsels of food for thought on everything from nutrition to land use policies and stewardship for our region.
We hope you will join our our growing, fresh thinking community that is locally sourced and rooted in community. We appreciate your business and support as a subscriber, advertiser, community partner, contributor, online fan, event attendee and locally-minded consumer. Thank you!
EAT. DRINK. GROW. THINK.
Publisher & Executive Editor
Digital Editor & Community Programs
Gilda Raczkowski - Managing Editor
Maggie Colby - Contributing Editor
Graphic Design & Web Editor
Advertising Operations & Social/Event Coordinator
Finance & Copy Distribution
Magazine Copy Editor
Cheryl Angelina Koehler
Edible Silicon Valley print magazine is currently published quarterly and seasonally, and stories and resources are served up daily in our digital and web community. Subscribing memberships are $28 per year on our website. Recipes, stories, events and resources are available through our website and our email news & event newsletter. All rights reserved. No parts of these published works, original articles and photographs, may be used without written permission of the publisher. Every effort is made to avoid errors, misspellings and omissions. If, however, an error comes to your attention, please accept our apologies and notify us. Thank you.