Group Theory has created a documentary called Brooklyn Farmer that explores Brooklyn Grange and the unique challenges inherent in operating a large, urban rooftop farm.
As a holiday gift to our devoted readers, we’re giving away ten pairs of tickets to What’s Cooking.
Broadway Panhandler, just off of Washington Square Park, will be at our What’s Cooking event happening this Wednesday at the Brooklyn Brewery.
Korin has given us a crash course on traditional Japanese knives, with information on everything from the type of fish they’re intended for to where they originated.
Combining their talents, the duo behind Noble Goods created an artisanal design and fabrication company that specializes in modern home furnishings in wood and resin.
As part of a special Sub Club promotion, we are offering the first 20 new 2- or 3-year subscribers a copy of Roberta’s new cookbook.
Forget tonic water and orange juice. Alex Abbott Boyd, founder of Cocktail Crate, has created a line of mixers made of whole, fresh, local and organic ingredients that make serving cocktails much more fun.
Susannah Tisue has been throwing, glazing and firing porcelain for almost a decade. At SKT ceramics, she creates sturdy tableware with hand-drawn illustrations of wild animals that “add a little bit of narrative to your table.”
In 2009, graphic designer Sean Tice and Parsons graduate student Kristy Hadeka teamed up to start Brooklyn Slate, a company devoted to selling high-quality, locally sourced slate products.
Tomorrow and Thursday, Edible teams up with eight liquor shops throughout Brooklyn for a Hendrick’s Gin Tasting. Lucky us — we’ve got the Hendrick’s gin cocktail recipe that Ayana Suknanan from Gnarly Vines Wines and Spirits will make!
Bell Bialy converted me. They handed me—a bagel devotee—a hot bialy right off the line. After an oversize bite and 12 or so chews, I won’t ever go back.
In late August, four self-proclaimed “beer geeks” joined forces to set up shop in Boerum Hill. St. Gambrinus Beer Shoppe, named after the legendary patron saint for brewers, has been an immediate hit with locals.