Based on our nominations and your votes, here’s our borough’s cream of the crop.
To bee or not to bee? For Nadia Johnson, who led Just Food’s successful campaign to legalize beekeeping in NYC, it was no question.
For this Friday’s Food Day, we’re honoring some of our local heroes. Who would you add to this list?
On a recent Friday, the leaders of the Slow Food movement united at Roberta’s for conversation and celebration of the organization’s 25th anniversary.
Longtime social justice professional and NYU grad student Jasmine Nielsen talks about moving into her dream job as Executive Director of Just Food, and how her friends inspired her to write a cooking blog.
In addition to championing the sensory pleasures of home cooking, Leanne Brown’s book was designed to address a specific social problem: the struggle to survive on SNAP.
I’ve sent over 700 Edible stories to the printer, but our profile of Melissa Clark was easily among the most work — and among the most fun.
Pour a glass of your favorite Brooklyn Brewery beer, raise a glass to Garrett, and settle down to read his remarkable story.
Each year, Edible Communities gives its readers an opportunity to recognize the work of our local heroes. Here are our nominations. Who will you vote for?
I’ve already said how inspired I am by the lifelong writings of Wendell Berry, so imagine my delight in recently listening to him in conversation with The Stone Barns Center’s president Fred Kirschenmann.
Broadway Panhandler, just off of Washington Square Park, will be at our What’s Cooking event happening this Wednesday at the Brooklyn Brewery.
In our current issue, Michael Moss, author of Salt Sugar Fat, dishes with our editor Gabrielle Langholtz on processed food, artisans in Brooklyn and what’s for dinner.