Citing a shifting landscape of costs and advertising revenue, Edible Vineyard will no longer publish its quarterly magazine, and instead produce a cookbook.


Edible Vineyard, the quarterly magazine that has celebrated the Island food scene since 2009 with stories, recipes and photography, is seeking new ownership.


Edible Vineyard, a quarterly magazine that celebrates the Island’s food scene, and the Vineyard Gazette Media Group have entered into a sales and marketing agreement, their publishers announced this week.


This month, the Island’s premiere food magazine, Edible Vineyard, celebrates its one-year anniversary by teaming up with Featherstone Center for the Arts for an exhibition, titled The Art of Food. The show features work by over ten Island artists, ranging from photography to food-themed painted rocks by Cammie Naylor to Nina Carelli’s food-inspired etchings.


Ali Berlow

Over the past 15 years, Alison Berlow’s trajectory from stay-at-home mom to radio essayist, to founder and executive director of the Island Grown Initiative and, most recently, the editor of Edible Vineyard, has been inextricably tied with the rising fortunes of the local food movement.