What We’re Doing:
Monday: Scotch has had a complicated history, and you can find out all about it—along with a tasting—at Brooklyn Brainery.
Tuesday: Make “market value-added farm products” (we’re talking pickles, jams and more) in this Farm School NYC course.
Wednesday: La Plaza Cultural-Armando Perez community garden members will show you how to make rosemary flatbread on a grill.
Thursday: Avocado skins and pits apparently create a beautiful pink tone when used as dye. Learn all about it at this class at Tinyfield Roofhop Farm.
Friday: A completely vegetarian Seasonal Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Kitchen will get you creating dishes using the best produce available.
Saturday: Spend the afternoon immersed in mezcal and barbecue, as a way to celebrate Greenpoint.
Sunday: Get on the roof at Rooftop Reds for their Ribs and Rosé event—it’s exactly what it sounds like, which sounds pretty good.
Coming Soon: We have a German Feast panel coming up at Brooklyn Brewery on October 5, and get a taste of a wide range of global cuisines at Edible Escape on October 20.
Stories We’re Reading:
The recipe for, and story behind, a Haitian cornmeal porridge with black bean sauce.
— Civil Eats (@CivilEats) August 21, 2016
— Gastropod (@Gastropodcast) August 18, 2016
On our radar:
Feeds We’re Following:
Dante has a new breakfast menu. Go enjoy it streetside with a Garibaldi, the perfect blend of Campari and fresh orange juice.
View this post on Instagram
Transplanting lettuce! #urbanroots2016 #howto #teentakeover . . . This week the Urban Roots Youth Leaders are taking over our Instagram feed. These 15 teens have been spending their summer up on the farm, learning about urban agriculture and farm education pedagogical skills. Join us in getting a glimpse of this unique City Growers experience through their eyes!
Watch the transplanting of lettuce plants by the teens who’ve been working with City Growers.
How to stay cool:
Make this Brooklyn Brew Shop shandy, the perfect end-of-summer beer cocktail.
Makes two 12 oz. glasses
½ cup sugar
2½ cup water
½ cup lemon juice
24 oz Brooklyn Brew Shop Citrus Wheat Beer
1 sprig mint
- Boil the sugar and ½ cup water together and stir until sugar is dissolved.
- Combine with sugar water mixture with the lemon juice, beer, and remaining 2 cups of water.
- Garnish with a sprig of mint, and enjoy!