We could name several favorite drinks from Maison Premiere (especially the absinthe), but are particularly taken with their “Maltese Falcon.” To get a shot of the action along with the recipe, we reached out to their bar to show us how.
Let us attest that the following recipes, along with many others in the Edible Brooklyn Cookbook, are the remedy for any cold winter evening — or any stifling summer day, for that matter.
In case you didn’t satisfy your baking itch during last week’s once-in-70,000 years Thanksgivukkah combo holiday, we’re here to help.
The day’s finally here! Mermaid’s Garden Market, the city’s first fully sustainable seafood market, is now open in Prospect Heights “after five years of planning and six years of building.”
If you think the possibilities of coffee production and consumption have peaked around these parts, think again. Cafés have had the option to go a step further and roast their own beans locally in recent years thanks to Pulley Collective.
Our drinks issue is in stores and online this week! To supplement our spreads, we’ve rounded up Heritage Radio shows to complement our photos and copy.
I traveled back home last week for early Thanksgiving celebrations and had three different and exceptional farm-to-table experiences.
Pie is about the only thing that could make our book pick better. Enter before this Saturday, November 30, for a chance to win both a Four & Twenty Blackbirds pie and a copy of their new cookbook!
So what does a winning latke look like? Great Performances’s Liz Neumark and chef Matthew Riznyk share their seasonal recipe.
A generous and tech-savvy group of Edible readers joined our editorial staff to help organize our archives. Here’s a reading list that we dug up during the “recategorization-palooza” to help inspire you this Thanksgiving season.
Brooklyn’s first dessert and cocktail bar will be at our What’s Cooking event this Wednesday! Do we have to ask you twice to check out these luscious pies?
After featuring New York Distilling Company in our winter 2013 issue of Edible Brooklyn, we are psyched that Sweets & Bitters has agreed to let us share both a story from their visit, as well as a recipe inspired by their gin.