Farmigo is hosting the first of a series of storytelling events aimed at inspiring collaboration within NYC’s food community.
Sommelier, winemaker and designer André Mack has made the first culinary coloring book, Small Thyme Cooks.
The day’s finally here! Mermaid’s Garden Market, the city’s first fully sustainable seafood market, is now open in Prospect Heights “after five years of planning and six years of building.”
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.”
They’re thinking outside the bag– this stuff is not just for chips.
It’s not often a class project turns into a global company and nonprofit. But for Dan MacCombie and Tyler Gage, an entrepreneurship class in 2008 became…
“It’s definitely time for a trade show in Brooklyn focused exclusively on the borough’s talented tastemakers,” said Edible Brooklyn publisher Stephen Munshin to kick off Brooklyn Eats, a showcase of more than 100 local food and drink makers organized by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce as this borough’s answer to Manhattan’s Fancy Food Show.
Six months into a new relationship, lifelong ice cream lovers Jess Eddy and Crista Freeman launched their very own line of artisanal pints–Phin & Phebes. Inspired by childhood memories and vacations of yore, the dairilicious duo creates intensely flavored scoops.
A pint of romance.
The man who defined the Brooklyn food scene—and then redefined it—is at it again.
A fig tree does indeed grow in Brooklyn. Lots do, actually, largely thanks to fig farmer Nelson Ryland who runs a family business selling fig tree cuttings out of his beautiful Victorian house in Ditmas Park.
When you meet Keith Swenson, co-owner of Righteous Foods, a Fort Greene–based oyster delivery business, you’d never guess he’s relatively new to the bivalve biz. The former Wall Street trader shucks oysters bare-handed and talks seafood policy like someone who’s been wearing waders his whole life.