Show 348, November 9, 2019: Stephanie Cameron, Publisher & Photo Editor, edible New Mexico

Stephanie Cameron of edible new mexicoEdible New Mexico is a bi-monthly magazine that promotes and celebrates the abundance of local foods in New Mexico. We value local, seasonal, authentic foods and culinary traditions. We celebrate family farmers who plant the seeds and work tirelessly to bring you the freshest local produce, the ranchers and poultry farmers committed to creating healthier and more sustainable methods of working with animals and the land; the food artisans who proudly create a creamy cheese and the wines to pair them with, and the local chefs who continually create to excite us with the unique flavors of this region. We at edible Santa Fe honor their dedication to using the highest quality, local seasonal foods, and we want to share their stories with you.”

Edible New Mexico is intended for those who are interested in:

  • Eating delicious, locally grown, seasonal foods
  • Getting to know the people who grow, produce & cook your food
  • Learning more about great dining, day trips, food events and festivals; great books to read; and delicious new products to try in New Mexico

“Through our printed publication, website, and events, we aim to connect consumers with these local growers, retailers, chefs, and food artisans, enabling those relationships to grow and thrive in a mutually beneficial, healthful, and economically viable way. We are part of a growing national movement throughout this country that is encouraging people to eat more locally-grown and locally-produced foods. By eating locally, we help sustain the small family farms that grow these foods, we enjoy food that is fresher and healthier for us, and we help reduce the cost to the environment – and in dollars – of transporting foods over long distances.”

Edible New Mexico’s Publisher and Photo Editor Stephanie Cameron joins us.


Show 238, August 26, 2017: Richard B. Perelman, Publisher & Editor, The Sports Examiner – LA 2028

Rich PerelmanFor the 3rd time The Olympics is returning to Los Angeles in 2028. Did Los Angeles get a good deal for 2028, or just a deal? The person to ask is our resident Olympic Games expert, Richard B. Perelman.

Mr. Perelman was the youngest Vice President of The Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee (LAOOC) from 1980 to 1984. He also was the Editor of The Final Report, a massive 2-volume tome mandated by the IOC officially documenting the Games of the 23rd Olympiad (the 1984 Summer Olympics).

What does Perelman know about preparing Olympic bids? He assisted with the production of the Los Angeles bids for the 2012 and 2016 Games and in the early preparations for the SCCOG’s bid for the 2024 Games. He has no role whatsoever with the LA2024 bid committee (now the LA2028 bid committee.)