The Brooklyn Kitchen brings farmers and consumers together through farm visits around the New York area. A couple of weeks ago, we had the opportunity to follow them on a visit to Kinderhook Farm and get a glimpse into the workings of one of Hudson Valley’s largest grassfed beef and lamb farms.
If you ever lamented the lack of a fully sustainable seafood market in New York (Brooklyn, specifically), then you weren’t the only one. Restaurant industry veterans Bianca Piccillo and Mark Usewicz are now looking to “kickstart” their Mermaid’s Garden storefront.
You don’t have to be enrolled in (insert name of some academic institution) to go back to school this fall. Brooklyn’s very own Brainery and 3rd…
We talk dirty with Symphony of the Soil’s Deborah Koons Garcia.
In August all of Hudson Clove’s 22 strains of 8 varieties of garlic will be available for purchase through the website or at the New Amsterdam Market.
Cancel your brunch plans and start fasting Saturday night because this Sunday, June 23rd the New Amsterdam Market is back!
This year, in addition to the veggies, fruits and eggs we always get in our CSA, we signed up for a biweekly tub of Ronnybrook butter and a monthly share of “meat” from Mint Creek Farm. I put it in quotes to emphasize how little I knew about the carnivorous delights that awaited me.
A Smith Street chef crossed the road to cook up community.
An almost-forgotten plot brings ancient practices to life for 21st-century visitors.
Why drive upstate to pitch a tent when the Queens County Farm BBQ and Campout is just a subway ride away?
A fateful bike route and some Kickstarter seed money yield a vibrant school garden.
Susan Hardy and Maureen Knapp, Organic Valley dairy farmers from upstate New York, have formed an ongoing relationship with The Earth School, an eco-minded public school on East 6th Street. Two weeks ago, the farmers paid the schoolkids a visit.