If the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce gets its way, pretty soon “Made in Brooklyn” on a food label will carry the same kind of cachet as “Made in France.”
An upstate orchard bears fruit—in the form of hard cider.
And vice versa.
The greenhouse effect.
This is not your usual foodie fest. Though there will be great eats, (under-$10 lunches from some of New York’s best caterers, including the Green Table), this conference isn’t about sake tastings, cacao comparisons or kombucha care.
This not-for-profit believes we can drink our way to prison reform.
Locavore liquor it’s not. But all the ingredients in his spirits—which include, besides the vodka, goji berry and coffee liqueurs—are fair-trade certified.
If you’re like most Americans, the word “cider” probably calls to mind plastic jugs of fresh apple juice. But in Europe, cider is an…
Ben Granger is growing a crucial beer ingredient in his Brooklyn back yard.
A Red Hook craftsman turns massive beams into heirlooms with legs. “We make family heirlooms,” says Ralph Gorham, owner of Brooklyn Farm Tables. “Very…
Trust us, you’ll really want to buy (and eat on) these gorgeous tables.
How inadequate upstate infrastructure is hobbling local livestock.