The neighborhood farmer, Janet Brown, includes instructions for how to harvest the herbs and vegetables.
There was no talk of disrupting markets with microgreens and trademarked meatless burgers.
All proceeds from the day will go to benefit “School Grounds Cafe,” run by the Food Education Fund.
The latest dinner featured plant-based chef Tara Thomas, and a portion of the proceeds went to the Brooklyn Queens Land Trust.
In a monthly column, Leah Kirts covers the work of queer organizers expanding food justice through mutual aid across New York City and beyond.
Enlightenment Wines Meadery is offering a range of mead-adjacent, hands-on classes throughout the summer
City Council Member Rafael Espinal thinks it can.
You’ll find James Beard-nominated restaurants, under-the-radar locals-only spots, coffeehouses, breweries, barbecue joints and more.
We ask industry dads: What did you learn about the needs of your staff who are parents when you became a father?
We’re taking “innovation” back in this issue, and I hope these stories broaden your idea of what the term means in 2019.
Thinking of the choking first aid posters ubiquitous in New York restaurants, Karen Leibowitz imagined a similar “what to do” PSA for sexual harassment.
GrowNYC’s FARMroots program offers a path to farm businesses for city dwellers from low-resource communities.