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If you missed our amazing panel of food writers and journalists at last month’s Food Media 101 at Brooklyn Brewery, you’re in luck. We caught a few of their expert tips for making a career in food media on video and, generous beings that we are, decided we’d share them with you!
When it rains, it pours! (And no, we’re not talking about the weather.) We were in need of a few good photos for our upcoming issue and wow! What a selection we got! We’ve already hemmed and hawed and narrowed it down to five photo possibilities, but can you help us choose the best one?
We are heavy users of the genius online show about Gotham tokers called High Maintenance (get it?). So imagine our dopey grins when a new “Elijah” episode opened with someone reading aloud from the current issue of Edible Brooklyn.
It’s time for one of my all-time favorite wine events of the year, Brooklyn Uncorked – a sipping and swirling smorgasbord of Long Island’s fab vinified offerings. But this year in particular is pretty special because it marks a moment in Long Island wine country history – the 40th Anniversary. A glass raised to that.
In honor of Eat-Drink-Local week, our annual 8-day celebration of our foodshed, we’re teaming up with ‘wichcraft for a backyard pig roast in Bryant Park. Aside from the obvious, a pig–this one sustainably raised at Niman Ranch–we’ll have loads of Greenmarket fixings and ‘wichcraft’s award-winning oatmeal cream’wiches, plus Long Island wines, New York state beers and music.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like this Sustainable Seafood Supper Club at Brooklyn Commune. Here’s what’s happening this week.
As I sit here, sipping this Summer Weizen Ale from Smuttynose Brewing Company and feeling a heck of a lot better about this work day, I’ll tell you reasons why you, my fellow suds lovers, should be drinking beer soon, too.
Susan Hardy and Maureen Knapp, Organic Valley dairy farmers from upstate New York, have formed an ongoing relationship with The Earth School, an eco-minded public school on East 6th Street. Two weeks ago, the farmers paid the schoolkids a visit.