Pioneering butchers and caterers at the Meat Hook are firing up on location.
Swale pulls anchor from Pier 6 and heads for the Bronx July 1.
A four-year-old Meetup group facilitates frequent baking days at the Old Stone House.
The annual event sponsored by Slow Food NYC, will address the question: “Are good, clean and fair food and ag being Trumped?”
Purple Kale Kitchenworks transforms that uncertain moment of opening up the fridge or cupboard into one of creative possibility.
Closing for the winter November 15, the floating food forest has made its way from the Bronx to Governors Island and now to Brooklyn.
Archestratus Books is unfolding classes, dinner parties, readings, screenings, tastings, performances and a book club.
Offerings so far include individual maker classes for chocolate, candy, candles and sushi along with ceramics, woodworking and knife sharpening.
Some know the Old Stone House as a site of the largest battle of the Revolutionary War; fewer know the site as one of the city’s only permaculture food forests.
See food historian/archaeologist, cookbook author and “wood-fired cooking enthusiast” Paula Marcoux lead live-fire baking demonstration.
Thanks to the bright minds behind Greenlight Bookstore and Peck’s, you can have dinner with the author.
3B is a New York State B&B cooperative that hosts adventurous souls in an alternative, homey-urban atmosphere while serving them home-cooked vegetarian breakfasts largely sourced from nearby.