The team’s latest run of pop-up dinners opens up their working pantry to diners.
Plus: Eat a Latin brunch for a good cause.
We’re cooking with cannabis, going on oyster crawls and hitting up the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Chile Pepper Festival.
We chat with the former Brooklynite about her culinary roots, biggest influences (like Dawson’s Creek) and her latest book: Small Victories.
This week, we’re swigging local spirits, learning about seed keeping, honing our shellfish knowledge and more.
This week, learn how to brew a better cup of coffee, join a free food waste feast and apply to work with us.
This week, goats arrive in Prospect Park, we continue the hunt for our next digital strategy editor, MOFAD talks Caribbean food in Central Brooklyn and more.
Something for every day this week including eating Puerto Rican food at Smorgasburg, foraging in Central Park, a bread baking class for beginners and more.
Learn whisky history, master your carving skills or learn how to make a chicken tractor to use in your community garden or backyard.
Central to the sumo wrestler’s diet is chankonabe, a nutrient-dense stew consumed just before a fight.
Want to craft your own wooden salad tongs at a rooftop farm? Game to start growing your own salad greens? Fancy yourself a farmer? Yes, there are classes for all that and more.
Togue Brawn of Maine Dayboat Scallops is bringing the freshest Maine scallops to New York for a tasting at the Brooklyn Kitchen.