Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Whether cooked on a hot griddle or in a frying pan, it's pancake month, and I'd say that's more than enough reason to celebrate. A photo gallery of pancakes around town at metromix.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Michael Harlan Turkell, Photo Editor, Edible Manhattan/Edible Brooklyn, firstname.lastname@example.org, 646.808.4159
ALL FEBRUARY, EDIBLE PHOTO SHOW UP AT CHELSEA MARKET
WHAT: 70 mouth-watering images that tell the story of the people behind your food
WHEN: February 2009
WHERE: Chelsea Market, 75 9th Avenue (Between 15th and 16th Streets), Hours: Monday - Saturday: 7am to 10pm, Sundays: 8am to 8pm
For the entire month of February, Chelsea Market hosts an exhibit of 80 images from Edible Manhattan, Edible Brooklyn and Edible East End, three sister magazines are devoted to telling the story of food from Manhattan to Montauk. (These three Edible’s are also part of Edible Communities, a rapidly growing national network of 50 locally owned magazines that all share the mission of celebrating their food communities.) The images include the clandestine Gotham beekeeper, the nicotine-addled sous chef, the tenth-generation Sagaponack potato farmer, and the uncompromising doughnut maker. All of these images were selected by Michael Harlan Turkell, photo editor for Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn. Please visit ediblemanhattan.com, ediblebrooklyn.net and edibleeastend.com, or chelseamarket.com, to learn more.
* We are looking for new spaces to hang this show when it ends it run, so please pass this around in hopes that we can find a new location, allowing us to add future Edible images to the growing collection.
Friday, February 06, 2009
Feast your eyes! No you can't eat the photos, but there is an "edible" photo show at Chelsea Market, which I curated, featuring works from Edible Brooklyn, Edible East End, and Edible Manhattan. It's up until the end of February 2009, so stop by and take a tour through the the halls' 70 framed images.
Thursday, February 05, 2009
I am proud to say that Edible Brooklyn and Edible Manhattan had a great showing at this year's Eddy Awards, and am happy to announce that I won in the "Best Photography: Non-Cover" category, and was chosen as runner-up twice!
BEST PHOTOGRAPHY: NON-COVER
Winner: "Streetscapes: Eat and Ink," by Michael Harlan Turkell, Edible Brooklyn
Runner-Up: Edible Brooklyn, Fall 2008, “Alicia Tate’s Homage to Salt,” by Michael Harlan Turkell
BEST EDITORIAL SPREAD OR LAYOUT
Runner-Up: "Back of the House: Fette Sau, Boro BBQ," Edible Brooklyn
and a bow to my collegues ...
BEST EDITORIAL - HISTORICAL
Winner: "Tap Dance," by Brian Halwell, Edible Manhattan
BEST EDITORIAL - FOOD OR COOKING FOCUSED
Runner-Up: "Homemade: Sohui Kim's Kimchi," by Rachel Wharton, Edible Brooklyn
Thank you for the honor and support, and here's to aiming higher and greater accomplishments in 2009!