Did you get your February issue of O, the Oprah Magazine?

We got ours and found ourselves featured! Writer Celia Barbour takes a look at ordering food on the internet. She describes the art of being a foodie without getting out of bed, taking quizzes from a virtual cheesemonger set up by Murray’s and the patron saint of food delivery, Queen Isabella. Barbour also looks into the sustainability of buying food online and learns some interesting things from Christopher Weber, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. Here’s what the article has to say about us:

Another benefit of buying online from places like…Lava Lake Lamb…is that you experience the culture and backstory of a product: where it comes from, who makes it, and how it’s made. Add in recipes and evocative pictures—Lava Lake Lamb’s sausage sizzling on a skillet over a campfire in the Pioneer Mountains…—and you quickly find yourself in a kind of closed loop of craving and buying.

Here’s the full article, plus a list of links that accompanies the article. We’re really excited to get the Oprah stamp of approval!