Skillshare has announced a new culinary track with intriguing class titles like “Recreating Regional Cuisine” and “Creating Dishes from Art.”
The program has already named several Saxelby Radio Scholars for this year.
Tørst will host the NYC edition of the Rainbow Project, an annual international collaborative brewing project where participant breweries are tasked with making beer inspired by colors of the rainbow.
The free walk includes a tour, cup of cider and a visit to a community garden.
If you spend more than $35, delivery is free and your order arrives that day.
On Tuesday, November 18, representatives from a wide variety of regional beverage makers will be sampling cocktails and spirits at New York Distilling Company’s Williamsburg location.
To keep it exciting, each chef will learn what produce or herbs from the Youth Farm they can use right before the event.
Now your cheese selection can be seasonal, too.
Kings County Saloon, home of the infamous smallest penis contest, is hosting a popup with Black Tree chef Sandy Dee Hall on November 5-9.
Marlow is making Thanksgiving easy by providing a one-stop shop for all your turkey needs.
Starting tomorrow, NYCWFF will begin with events based almost entirely in Manhattan. Of course there’s plenty to see in Brooklyn, and if you’re in town for the event, consider these tours.
A long time in the making, it’s happening this Friday.