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Edible Reno-Tahoe: New magazine to be unveiled tomorrow

By ThisIsReno

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Celebrating the local food culture, season by season

Don’t miss the fifth annual Somersett Sip N Shop from 3 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 21 at the Somersett Town Center in Northwest Reno. This event is FREE!

Sip delicious wines while you browse more than 40 vendors’ tables. You’ll find great holiday gift ideas, from clothing, jewelry, crafts, and much more. Support your friends and neighbors who will be presenting their wares.

For more information on the event, call 787-4800.

Don’t forget to stop by the edible Reno-Tahoe magazine table. Owner and publisher Amanda Burden, formerly editor of RENO Magazine, will be present to discuss this exciting, new publication that will be launching in the spring. Sign up for a subscription and get a free T-shirt (while supplies last). Magazine subscriptions make a great gift, too! Also, Amanda will be pouring wonderful organic wines (white and red) at her table.

The event promises to be a fun time for all!

Here is more information on edible Reno-Tahoe:

Edible Reno-Tahoe will cover food-related topics and help build community through food. Readers will enjoy inspiring features and photographs. And advertisers will have the perfect, targeted niche to showcase their local business’s products and services.

More often, people are shopping smarter, eating healthier, and enjoying fresh, locally-grown and prepared products. Edible Reno-Tahoe will celebrate this fast-growing, dynamic movement.

Edible Reno-Tahoe has a nourishing mission. Food is the only common denominator that we have. Regardless of income or background, food connects us all. From recipes and healthy eating ideas to people and restaurant profiles, edible Reno-Tahoe will raise awareness about, and influence what happens with, food in our own backyard.

Through the print version, Web site, social media, and events, edible Reno-Tahoe will connect consumers to local food as well as family farmers, chefs, and food artisans of all kinds. Edible Reno-Tahoe will be the source for food in our community.

For more details, visit www.EdibleRenoTahoe.com or call 775-746-3299.

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