A fateful bike route and some Kickstarter seed money yield a vibrant school garden.
The women behind Phin & Phebes are partners à la Mode.
Take a trip to the waterfront to travel back in time.
Tuck into a farm-to-table BBQ, dance under the summer stars and crash in an apple orchard—all without leaving the city.
An almost-forgotten plot brings ancient practices to life for 21st-century visitors.
New York celebrities and food luminaries are lining up against fracking in the city’s watershed, including a new coalition of food and drink businesses formed to push elected officials to ban fracking in the state, and to send a message to the whole nation.
A tasting experience. A fancy 5-course meal. A moment to pause and focus on the beauty of a radish or the lushness of a pile of whipped brown butter as I spread it on a slice of housemade peasant bread. It’s hard to put Take Root into words, but suffice to say, it’s delicious.
Cancel your brunch plans and start fasting Saturday night because this Sunday, June 23rd the New Amsterdam Market is back!
Six months into a new relationship, lifelong ice cream lovers Jess Eddy and Crista Freeman launched their very own line of artisanal pints–Phin & Phebes. Inspired by childhood memories and vacations of yore, the dairilicious duo creates intensely flavored scoops.
Last chance to join #farm2nabe and Dine–Support–Mingle locally, the final in a three-part chef’s series taking place June 18, 5–7pm, at Putnam’s in Clinton Hill. Proceeds go to support local farm education initiatives by City Growers and PS 20 Farms for neighborhood schools.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like Gracious Grub NYC’s series of seven unique food and drinks events–everything from homebrewing tutorials to an aphrodisiac cooking class–to help raise funds and awareness for Food Bank for New York City. Here’s what’s happening this week.
This year, in addition to the veggies, fruits and eggs we always get in our CSA, we signed up for a biweekly tub of Ronnybrook butter and a monthly share of “meat” from Mint Creek Farm. I put it in quotes to emphasize how little I knew about the carnivorous delights that awaited me.
Biking home through Brownsville, Nora Painten couldn’t help noticing an overgrown vacant lot on Rockaway Avenue, just across from P.S. 323, soaking up the sun. Lots of paperwork and $24,282 through Kickstarter later, Painten now runs a vibrant school garden in the space, teaching little fingers how to plant garlic and teenagers how to turn compost, among other garden tasks.