An annual celebration of spanakopita, moussaka, baklava and spit-roasted lamb.
A Park Slope chef from Mexico City has penned a Latin answer to the Julia Child classic.
Chefs seek a cure to the Health Department’s charcuterie crackdown.
One man brews for two boroughs.
Two unlikely farmers discuss their passion, their meat and their farm.
Grazin’ Angus Acres Farm in Ghent is top-notch.
Goat dairies have a glut of baby boys — and need you to help eat them.
The American chef with a Malaysian flair opens a new restaurant in South Williamsburg.
Some collectors focus on broad categories. I prefer something more specific: vintage recipe booklets with the word “meat” in the title.
While our fingers remain crossed for all our chef and food biz friends whose awards are announced tonight the doling out of the The James Beard Foundation’s journalism awards a couple of nights ago was a joyous, memorable occasion. Not just because the Awards Committee bestowed its first ever Publication of the Year honors on […]
Cooperative Efforts: Hard at work on the new store. Photo by Kelsy Chauvin/Greene Hill Food Co-Op Even the most die-hard Manhattanites likely know Brooklyn’s…
Lovage, in all its spring glory. Last night Edible appeared on Amy Eddings’ fine WYNC segment