It’s nearly 10 years since I wrote the editor’s letter for the launch of Edible Brooklyn — and over seven since I typed Edible Manhattan’s first.
This issue also features stories from Edible Manhattan, which you can read here.
Farmers markets flourish throughout New York City’s largest borough.
Their five-year-plan includes 100 more hubs on the East Coast, starting with one in Manhattan in the next year.
Some know the Old Stone House as a site of the largest battle of the Revolutionary War; fewer know the site as one of the city’s only permaculture food forests.
Nitehawk founder and executive director Matthew Viragh was the brains that brought this cinephile’s dream of a 35mm utopia something even juicier: booze.
David Rosengarten, who most of us know for his encyclopedic knowledge of food, grew up in a Brooklyn household obsessed with the foods of Italy.
At a time when private school students take cafeteria kale for granted, Edible Schoolyard NYC is bringing the top of the food chain to the kids who need it most.
Photographer Liz Clayman gives us the scoop behind the Nitehawk Cinema shoot.