The film “Seeds of Time” follows Fowler’s struggle to protect our gene bank in the face of climate change.
Next Wednesday, join Peace Corps alum Mitch Bloom and Edible at the Brooklyn Brewery from 6:00—9:00 p.m. for a family style dinner with Woézõ.
Fresh Connection, the logistics company that works with much-loved producers like Norwich Meadows and Quinciple, has launched a Kickstarter campaign.
Central to the sumo wrestler’s diet is chankonabe, a nutrient-dense stew consumed just before a fight.
The party includes a walk-around tasting with thirty farmers hailing from Maine, the Carolinas and the West Coast.
This year we’re partnering with TasteNY, a program run by New York Ag and Markets to help promote food and beverage companies throughout the state.
Breweries from all five boroughs gather in Long Island City.
Experts from Socarrat and Despaña will explain techniques for both and answer questions about Spanish wine, cooking Spanish dishes and where to buy the specialty ingredients.
Serving a tasting menu in an apartment kitchen is no small feat.
They need your help for the final push in making their Gowan-oasis a reality.
In addition to kitchen and coworking space, Brooklyn Foodworks will provide personalized mentorship in all aspects of starting a food company from production methodology to marketing and labeling.
HRN’s website is written in a coding language that will become defunct at the end of 2015.