Slow Food USA's Member Magazine, Autumn 2014, pages 6-7.  Photographs by Alexa Van de Walle

Winner Favorite Christmas Dinner Recipe Contest 2013, The Daily Meal, Santa's Dark Cherry Chutney Duck Breast

Edible Dallas and Fort Worth, Photographs of Alice Waters and Carlo Petrini by Alexa Van de Walle, 2014

Edible Columbus Winter 2014 Issue,  page 13, Photographs by Alexa Van de Walle 
Edible Hawaiian Islands,  Celebrating 25 Years of Slow Food, Photographs by Alexa Van de Walle

Edible Brooklyn, Photograph of Joan Gussow, Adam Gopnik and Carlo Petrini by Alexa Van de Walle

Dan's Papers (Hamptons) "Lighthearted Locavore...inside scoop...on the local market scene", August 2011. 
"Lexi Van de Walle's rhubarb compote scored her a case of wine." -- Edible Manhattan's Eat Drink Local Week Winner, August 2011

DNA Info, "When Whole Foods is Not Enough: Tips on Joining a CSA", March 2011
--"Van de Walle, who shares her musings on being a locavore....said 'the experience of buying straight from the farm has helped teach her kids, now in their teens, about distinguishing "real" food from "industrial" food'."

The Daily Meal recipe contest winner, "Lexi Van de Walle....her recipe (Gluten-free Potato and Zucchini Pancakes) was tasty, resourceful and perfect for the upcoming holidays!", November 2010

Citigroup's Woman & Co. "Lighthearted Locavore... focused on ways to bring high quality foods ("slow" and "good" food) back into our culture." -- "Lexi's Story: Launching the Lighthearted Locavore", Entrepreneur Series,  October 2010

Lighthearted Locavore listed on The New York Times City Room Blogroll, Arts and Entertainment, Lighthearted Locavore is a Permanent Link

Sag Harbor Express, "Slow Food for the Bridgehampton School", September 2009 -- Lexi Van de Walle was a featured speaker at Slow Food USA's "Eat In" 

"Lighthearted Locavore, a Long Islander who knows a thing or two about where to shop local." L.I. Press, "Green Living", June, 2009

Best Green Blogs Top Ten Locavore Blogs, Editors Choice = Lighthearted Locavore, 2009

New York Times, Brett Martin, "First A Hook, Then Ink: An Artist's Catch"