The panel consists of an ecologist, a biologist and a sculptor who will look closely at our relationship to the weeds that share our streets.
We’ve got one horseradish to rule them all and a food-grade deodorant cream that will fortify your belief in natural body products.
Set for February 19, the dinner will support an organization that represents, organizes and engages young farmers.
Brooklynite Nicola Twilley is the mastermind behind the site that combines design, science, history and food in surprising and wonderful ways.
We’ve invited several distinguished panelists to share their stories and answer your questions at “Sell It Like It Is!” at the Brooklyn Brewery on February 4.
This year, you can take a deep breath, make some soon-to-be-forgotten Lent resolutions and trudge through the mounds of slush to the Irondale Center to partake in some good old-fashioned Mardi Gras-style debauchery.
The price of the class includes a guided tour through the entire ice cream-making process by owner Brian Smith.
From East Williamsburg to the East Village, here’s where our editors and writers are seeking refuge from the cold this week.
A portion of the proceeds from the Brooklyn event will go to the New York State Distillers Guild, which supports local distilleries by lobbying on their behalf in Albany.
The time has come for our next issue, but just one thing: we need a cover. Help us decide which image from our upcoming issue should grace stands across Brooklyn.
They’ll officially open on January 15, but if you can’t wait until then (me neither) they’re hosting a sneak peek every night this week from 7:00—9:00 p.m.
Helmed by Detroit-based and Nigerian native Tunde Wey, the event celebrated the foods of his childhood.