VOTE: Help Us Choose the Cover for Our Travel Issue

We’re putting the finishing touches on our annual travel edition that’s set to hit stands at the beginning of next month. You can expect local stories about importing rare corn breeds from Mexico, nearby locavore getaways, Spain-inspired cuisine in the West Village and more.

But it won’t be ready until we have a cover, and that’s where we need your help. See our options below, cast your vote and spread the word in support of your favorite photo. We reserve the right to make the final call, but put a lot of weight on what our readers (you) have to say.

Starting with the corn map and scrolling to the right in the gallery above,

1. Masienda (corn map; photographed by Scott Gordon Bleicher): The founders behind Masienda import rare varieties of corn from small farmers in Mexico to chefs in the city and beyond.

2. Tertulia (place setting with glass of white wine; photographed by Scott Gordon Bleicher):  The story of how chef Seamus Mullen grew up in Vermont, became an exchange student in Spain, fell in love with the local culture and flavors and now channels that inspiration at his restaurant in the West Village.

3. Arrowhead Farm (farmer in the field; photographed by Erica Gannet): A profile of a favorite nearby getaway — the Berkshires.

4. Allium (tagliatelle with swiss chard and a poached egg; photographed by Erica Gannet): Locavore destination restaurant in the Berkshires.

5. Tertulia (place setting with sangria; photographed by Scott Gordon Bleicher): The story of how chef Seamus Mullen grew up in Vermont, became an exchange student in Spain, fell in love with the local culture and flavors and now channels that inspiration at his restaurant in the West Village.

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