Rick Scibelli

The Town Mill

One late December evening in 1949 in Cortez, Colorado, the Wark flour mill burned to the ground. Within eight months, the Wark family had it rebuilt and back in...

I Can’t Grow Squat

I have never had success gardening. With the exception of a few tomatoes (literally a total of three over the past several years) that appeared to be of the ‘su...

This Point until Tomorrow

The following project took on several iterations. The original idea was to interview kitchen workers. The back of the house – dishwashers, prep cooks, the line....

Editors Letter Spring 2016

For those of you who are faithful readers of this magazine, it may seem evident that we avoid politics or anything hinting at activism. This is because I dislik...

Editors Letter, Winter 2016

Winter lends itself to reevaluation. The short days tweak moods with weak light. The low-hanging sun asks, “when I am back, what will we do? Where will we go? A...

Editors Letter Fall 2015

In this somewhat meat-centric issue of Edible SWC, I have been thinking about my uber-ethical foodie friend who refuses to eat so much as a cheese puff if it co...
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Editors Letter, Spring 2015

Armond Schmidt, 88Photo by Rick Scibelli, Jr. Every fall, with the year’s final issue on the stand, I think, finally, a rest. Two days later, I am licking my p...