As the temperatures rise, so do the number of events in our calendars. Here are four that our editors and writers don’t want to miss.
With this futuristic set-up, one designer is aiming to make growing food in places like tiny New York City apartments not just possible, but beautiful.
The day of fun in the sun brings together folks who work in the food and beverage industry for some friendly competition on the Minisceongo Golf Club course in Pomona, NY.
Experts from Socarrat and Despaña will explain techniques for both and answer questions about Spanish wine, cooking Spanish dishes and where to buy the specialty ingredients.
Ecologically minded instructors are training a fleet of teenage marine biologists with an ultimate goal of seeding the harbor with a billion bivalves.
Serving a tasting menu in an apartment kitchen is no small feat.
The Brookyln-based pasta maker mixes ingredients like beets, porcini mushrooms, basil and even nettles into pasta dough, churning out bright red fusilli, or deep green radiators.
They need your help for the final push in making their Gowan-oasis a reality.
In addition to kitchen and coworking space, Brooklyn Foodworks will provide personalized mentorship in all aspects of starting a food company from production methodology to marketing and labeling.
On Heritage, everything is discussed and anything can happen.
We recently caught up with author Kristen Miglore to get the recipe for Saltie’s Ship’s Biscuit and learn more about what makes a recipe “genius.”
HRN’s website is written in a coding language that will become defunct at the end of 2015.