Coming soon, our city’s first-ever publication completely dedicated to local food!
Times may be hard for the restaurant industry, but according to Karim Shamsi-Basha, Editor-in-Chief of Birmingham Bread and Butter, it’s the perfect season for this newest publication to hit the stands. These stories need to be told!
The first issue will premiere in October 2020, as restaurants are still trying to regain or maintain their footing during this economic downturn. Highlighting the perseverance of chefs, restaurants, bars, food trucks, and food events, Birmingham Bread and Butter will be bringing you the real-life journies and triumphs of resilience from our local food industry experts.
Featuring iconic culinary heroes that help put Birmingham on the food map, such as Frank Stitt, Chris Hastings, and Martie Duncan, BB&B will also champion so much more related to the food industry. Expect to learn more about local growers, farmers markets, and even food-related area travel.
Here’s a sample of what you’ll find in the first issue:
- Sister Schubert on Rolls, Home and that Wobbly Wooden Kitchen Chair
- Frank Stitt Emerges a World-Renowned Chef
- Oversoul Brewing Offers Beer . . . and Soul
- The Market at Pepper Place Celebrates 20 Years
- Experience the Best of Fin & Fork at Orange Beach
- Both People and Food Grow at Jones Valley Teaching Farms
“We would be honored for you to join this wonderful Movement as Bham Bread & Butter emerges as a true representative of the astonishing talents we have in the Magic City,” says Editor-in-Chief, Karim Shamsi-Basha. For more information, including how to become an advertiser or feature ideas, you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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