Raaka’s new book The Art and Craft of Chocolate invites readers to take a deeper and more “cuisine-focused” look at a ubiquitous product.
Brooklyn-based Potluck is cutting out the middleman and offering just the kitchenware essentials.
Keepers cans citrus-infused coffee sodas, a drink inspired by Italian and Australian espresso-based beverages.
A wave of food innovation in the Navy Yard is propelling the area into a new age that’s firmly rooted in its industrial past.
Verticulture Farms has a 450-square-foot prototype farm where they grow produce and raise fish.
By applying strains of naturally occurring microbes to coffee beans, Afineur cultivates new and different flavors.
Author and Kickstarter outreach lead Terry Hope Romero dishes on the risks of launching a food business, successful crowdfunding campaigns and the rise of biltong.
Next month in Williamsburg, FoodBytes will unite food startups, investors, technologists, the media and eaters.
The “rur-ban” founders of Descendant Cider ferment the fruits of America’s earth on the border of East Williamsburg and Queens.
Williamsburg-based TrySome enables subscribers to find “organic,” “vegan,” “kosher,” “gluten-free” and “Fair Trade” items then literally try them out for free.
Launched this past June, the app enables restaurants and bars anywhere in the country to upload their daily menus.
The Cobble Hill shop celebrates the triumph of craft over Kraft.