Our Guide to This Week: May 31, 2016

Learn how to make a food magazine, try our new favorite restaurant in Prospect Heights, hit up the Brooklyn Film Festival and more.

What we’re doing:

Tuesday: Fresh tacos are to be had at Threes Brewing from tonight through July 10 with Tortilleria Nixtamal.

Wednesday: Join the editorial teams from Edible Brooklyn, Edible Manhattan, Edible Long Island and Edible East End for a panel on how we make a magazine at Brooklyn Brewery. Only $10, from 8:00-10:00 p.m.

Thursday: Luckyrice is coming to Sunset Park for its 7th annual New York feast of Asian-inspired food and drinks.

Friday: Check out Broadway Bites in Greeley Square, where a mix of chefs, artisans and baristas will be offering up their best stuff.

Saturday: Learn how to make the best summer cocktails for staying cool at Leyenda in Carroll Gardens.

Sunday: Have a kid age 7 to 9? Check out this tree identification walk in Prospect Park. Or head to Brooklyn Waterfront Tastes, an event to benefit the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative.

Coming up: The first Food Loves Tech is happening in June, and you will definitely want to attend this expo on the future of food (see the winner of our Google-led #makefuturefood challenge here!). In July, we’ve got Good Beer—make sure to get your early bird tickets! Headed out East in August? Don’t miss our Food Truck Derby. Even if you’re not planning to be out there, it’s worth the trip.

Stories we’re reading:

Join a fish share from Iliamna Fish Company this summer. Learn more here.

Gastropod talks the history of beer.

The New York Times delved into the apparently quite intense business of selling ice cream in this city.

Meet the three-inch fish that’s gotten caught up in the presidential election.

Naomi Klein wrote for the London Review of Books on environmentalists’ need to pay attention to culture.

Feeds we’re following:

Sustainable” is a documentary film that weaves together expert analysis of America’s food system with the story of one farmer’s efforts to create a sustainable future for his community. It premieres on the East Coast on June 5 and June 7 at the Brooklyn Film Festival—more info and tickets here.

This coffee rub by Greenpoint Trading Co. is made with Toby’s Estate coffee and is the perfect new way to flavor proteins at your barbecue.

After you grill that meat or tempeh, add some mango Jamaican jerk sauce from Jule’s Gourmet.

New Prospect Heights restaurant Olmsted has a gorgeous garden and more beautiful food.

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Alicia is the associate editor of Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn.