For those that want to overcome our meat-eating cognitive dissonance and may fall victim to squeamishness, a slightly idealized hog harvest is a big enough first step.
Join them on April 11 for a multi-course affair derived from a Carson McCullers’ classic.
To help you further navigate your CSA options as sign-up season rolls around, we’re hosting “Community Supported What? Demystifying the CSA Movement” next Wednesday, April 8 at 8:00 p.m. at the Brooklyn Brewery.
The cafe, which will source ingredients from the Fort Greene Greenmarket, the Brooklyn Grange and the Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative, needs your help in raising the final funds needed to get it up and running.
Their hope is that FoodCorps members will be able to create sustainable programs that have a deep impact on each school and eventually work themselves out of the job.
The event is meant “to encourage absolute novices to ferment at home and come out to the party.”
The book fair brings together great minds from across the food world. This year’s conference on April 10-12 boasts the most impressive speaker lineup yet.
This year, our Rachel Wharton will be flying south to that fabled festival to explain and defend the Brooklyn maker movement as part of their SouthBites series.
From American persimmons to Shinko Asian pears, their free selection offers promises of future seasons of abundance.
The fund will be used to provide farmers and food artisans with payments for their products up to six months in advance.
We’d love it if you’d vote for us (up to once per day if you’re really enthusiastic) between now and March 15.
Each winemaker will be selling bottles on site, and their wines will be featured throughout the meal.