Where to go for beer, a burger, dumplings and picnic fixins.
The Ditmas Park restaurant is teaming up with forager Leda Meredith for a wild-inspired spring menu following a forage tour in Prospect Park.
Importers Jenny and Francois have invited 14 natural, organic and biodynamic winemakers from France, Italy, and Oregon to take part in their annual Natural Winemakers’ Week, which runs February 28th-March 6th.
Forget the canned icing. This year, take gingerbread house making up a notch with The Farm on Adderley. For 30 bucks (plus tax) they’ll provide a pre-fab ginger home and an assortment of goodies–without corn syrup or artificial colors–to create the all-natural house of your dreams.
Woo-eee…we knew we should have laid off the latkes at last night’s Fourth Annual Latke Festival at BAM after, oh say, the 15th one, but they were just so good!
In our current issue, Nancy Matsumoto takes us into the kitchen at The Farm on Adderley, a much beloved locavore restaurant in Ditmas Park created by Gary Jonas and Allison McDowell. Read the story to find out how two people who had no idea what they were doing came to run a fantastically sustainable and delicious eatery.
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In the kitchen with a countrypolitan band.
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