Last night we had the luck to have dinner at Roman’s in Fort Greene (whose spicy brick chicken is just as cult-creating as the bird at Marlow & Sons, perhaps because they share the same owners) with Fernando Music and Fran Gaitanaros–the smart and forward-thinking owners of The Rooster Design Group–less than an hour after the winner of their third Next Big Small Brand contest was announced at the public event at BAM.
Despite doubling the butterfat, this issue follows our standard master recipe for cooking up an Edible.
EcoLogic allows restaurants to “86” toxic kitchen cleaners.
It’s Monday, so that means it’s time for The Matt & Rachel Show at 6 p.m. on Heritage Radio Network. Today’s guest on our trivia-centric game show is Joshua Bernstein, the author of the brand-new book of craft beer called Brewed Awakening and a frequent contributor to Edible Brooklyn. Listen up to hear him talk about current brewing trends and learn the answers to pressing beer-centric queries such as….
Blue Marble might be the perfect scoop shop to take on such global goals.
An upstate start-up proves that “ family farm” and “processing plant” belong in the same sentence.
When we last wrote about Egg in 2009, the sliver of a shop run by South Carolinian George Weld on N. 5th Street in…
Slow Money creates new ways of funding local, sustainable food and agriculture companies, and the Brooklyn chapter is buzzing.
Noah Leff keeps chickens as pets and thinks their antics are hilarious when they start to follow you around. Now with Victory Chicken, a…
We’ve been bouncing around an idea here at the Edible offices of an issue that looks back and sees where all of the small…