So we talked to Evan Hanczor of Egg Restaurant in Williamsburg about what goes into his locally sourced version of the dish.
The neighborhood farmer, Janet Brown, includes instructions for how to harvest the herbs and vegetables.
There was no talk of disrupting markets with microgreens and trademarked meatless burgers.
All proceeds from the day will go to benefit “School Grounds Cafe,” run by the Food Education Fund.
From Calamansi-ade to ginger beer, the locally minded company is brewing mixers and more.
Don’t worry, though: All the cat paraphernalia decorates this bigger space.
The latest dinner featured plant-based chef Tara Thomas, and a portion of the proceeds went to the Brooklyn Queens Land Trust.
The drinks reflect their dedication to letting fresh ingredients speak for themselves.
In a monthly column, Leah Kirts covers the work of queer organizers expanding mutual aid through food justice across New York City and beyond.
The menu and event schedule are all new, but the supper club’s atmosphere is timeless.
And a recipe for how to make your own.
From house-baked bread to exceptional beer, here’s where to head in this Brooklyn neighborhood by event spaces Littlefield and The Bell House.