I traveled back home last week for early Thanksgiving celebrations and had three different and exceptional farm-to-table experiences.
After featuring New York Distilling Company in our winter 2013 issue of Edible Brooklyn, we are psyched that Sweets & Bitters has agreed to let us share both a story from their visit, as well as a recipe inspired by their gin.
Korin has given us a crash course on traditional Japanese knives, with information on everything from the type of fish they’re intended for to where they originated.
From 40-year-old Italian family restaurant pop-ups to perennial polyculture, here’s what caught our editors’ eyes this past week.
After last night’s Edible Escape, our wanderlust continues for both destinations near and far. On the closer end of the spectrum is the East End.
As I send our annual travel issue to the printer, I’m realizing, as Dorothy did, that there’s no place like home.
After traveling 30,000 miles through 22 states, Andrew Knowlton, restaurant and drinks editor at Bon Appétit, produced this list with his top choices for where to eat and drink now.
Our video from Damascus Bakery is on its way! We’ll let you know when it’s ready for your viewing pleasure, but until then, here are some beautiful shots from our visit that didn’t run in our print issue.
One of our local freelancers, Rachel Nuwer, recently published a piece for the Smithsonian about her pilgrimage to one of Scandanavia’s most respected restaurants called Fäviken. In her story entitled “Deep in the Swedish Wilderness, Discovering One of the World’s Greatest Restaurants,” Nuwer describes what seems to have been a both a luscious and visceral meal.
The Palo Santo chef gets into the Western swing.
Flanagan’s Table dinner series brings 50 hungry visitors together under historic rafters.
Belgium boasts much more than sprouts.