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Author: Joshua Hinte

Roasted Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Soup

When the leaves begin to turn and the weather takes on a crisp note and wind pierces through every fiber of our clothing, there’s one thing that always brightens our day here at edible, and that’s soup. A good soup can warm you to your toes and make even the dreariest day brighter. There’s nothing like a warm soup to cure whatever ailments these oncoming cold days will bring. The bright side of the looming chill is that it brings on an onslaught of winter squashes that are ripe for the taking. Acorn, Delicata and Spaghetti all come into...

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Pineapple Basil Mojito

photo and recipe by Joshua Hinte If there’s one thing we’re craving this summer, it’s refreshing cocktails and this Pineapple Basil Mojito is the perfect summer drink. The simple twist of replacing mint with basil and adding pineapple juice help elevate this cocktail to a fresh and herbal summer cocktail. Pineapple Basil Mojito 2 ounces white rum 1 ounce pineapple juice .75 ounce simple syrup .5 ounce lime juice 5 – 6 basil leaves (plus more for garnish) club soda Place rum, pineapple juice, simple syrup, lime juice, and basil into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake vigorously....

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Breakfast Quinoa Bowl

If you’re looking for a healthy way to start your morning, this Quinoa Breakfast Bowl is the perfect dish. Quinoa is packed full of healthy fiber and protein. Using almond and coconut milk to cook the quinoa takes this savory grain and makes it perfect for breakfast. Feel free to make any additions or substitutions to the recipe to fit your breakfast mood. Try cardamom instead of cinnamon or adding hemp hearts instead of chia seeds. Breakfast bowls are one of the easiest things to tailor to your own taste preferences. Breakfast Quinoa Bowl recipe adapted from Gena Hamshaw’s...

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Spellbound Syrups Captivates the Senses

photos and story by Joshua Hinte Shrubs have quickly found their way back into the spotlight over the past few years, cropping up on a slew of cocktail menus. These refreshing vinegar syrups add dimension to more than just cocktails, they give a fresh, vibrant addition to simple sodas, tea, and coffee. Just ask Monique Carr of Spellbound Syrups. Carr founded Spellbound Syrups in 2016 and her shrubs have quickly become a hit, popping up in a slew of different bars and coffee shops in Downtown Albuquerque. She now provides seasonal shrubs to Deep Space Coffee, Zendo Coffee, and...

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French 24

It’s finally starting to feel like spring in New Mexico. The days are getting longer, there are butterflies floating through the air and plants are growing their first buds. With that comes an onslaught of allergies and the question “Should it be this warm in March?” Either way, we’re excited that cold winter days are almost done and that spring will soon be in full swing. To celebrate, we’re taking a classic and giving it our own twist. The French 75 is a classic cocktail made from cognac or gin, lemon and sugar. We’ve crafted our own based on...

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