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Edible Artists Network
Edible Artists Network Launches Digital Magazine, Expands Online Community Offerings
Edible Artists Network debuts new magazine, enhances community experience through interactive digital publication.
Stone Mountain, Georgia, November 9, 2012—
Edible Artists Network is an Internet-based community of home baking and sugar art enthusiasts. Founded by Joanne Juda-Prainito and Cheryl Naughton, the organization has brought individuals interested in these art forms together, providing them with a place to build upon their knowledge and share their experiences with others. In the process, the members of the Edible Artists Network have built a strong community that allows them to inspire one another’s work while learning how to better execute their baking and decorating initiatives. To bring the spirit of the community to the next level, and further share the insight that it provides, Juda-Prainito and Naughton are launching the Edible Artists Network Magazine. An interactive, digital publication, the magazine is expected to bring another degree of support and expression to members of the community.
Like the Edible Artists Network website, the magazine will provide a list of different features. Each of these is designed to inspire home bakers and decorators while offering the resources they need to further their practice. Because Edible Artists Network also functions as a bridge between baking as a hobby and opening a home-based baking business, the publication will additionally offer tips regarding starting a new endeavor. Tutorials, recipes, industry insider interviews, and contests will engage and inform readers; a calendar of events, business tips, product highlights, commercial kitchen information, and an Ask the Expert feature will offer the guidance that home bakers and decorators need to take their work to the next level. Additionally, the publication is slated to provide columns written by community contributors, giveaways, video tutorials, legal tips pertaining to Cottage Food Laws, and special diet information.
Juda-Prainito and Naughton are ecstatic about the impending release of the inaugural edition, which is scheduled to launch in early December. Juda-Prainito comments: “We have been working
very hard to build this community, and we are so happy that people are finding it useful and are utilizing the resources we have provided to share their knowledge and grow in their baking and decorating capabilities. By launching the magazine, we are going to bring the whole community to the next level. I’m excited to see how people respond and I hope they find the publication useful and entertaining.”
Naughton, also, indicated her excitement regarding the impending release of the first issue: “This new magazine is going to bring so much to the Edible Artists Network community! We have worked hard to pull it all together, and I’m certain that, once it is out, the members of the Edible Artists Network will love it.”
The premiere issue is holiday-themed and will provide readers with tutorials, recipes, and other information to carry them through their baking initiatives from December until February. Individuals who are interested in learning to bake, as well as those who are already active bakers, are encouraged to join the Edible Artists Network. Membership, which is free, affords individuals the opportunity to learn from other bakers and decorators while spotlighting their own creations. Additionally, the access that the community provides regarding Cottage Food Laws and other business concerns is invaluable to individuals looking to turn their baking and decorating hobby into a paying job.
Edible Artists Network is an online community for home bakers, cake decorators, and confectioners. Founded by Joanne Juda-Prainito and Cheryl Naughton, the organization offers a wealth of information for its members. Some of the features of the community include blog posts by highly-regarded contributors, tutorials, pictures of baking and decorating accomplishments, an Edible Art of the Day series, and industry-related news. Additionally, the resources offered by Edible Artists Network can assist home bakers in establishing small businesses and making the leap from baking and decorating as hobbies to running a home-based company.
Interested individuals are encouraged to visit www.edibleartistsnetwork.com to learn more about this dynamic online community. Additionally, individuals can access updates and other information regarding the organization on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/EdibleArtistsNetwork), Twitter (https://twitter.com/edibleartistsNW), Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/edibleartists/), and YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/user/EdibleArtistsNetwork).