The holiday is Christian in origin, which means that the cake has just as many incarnations as the religion has reach. Here are a couple examples from both near and far.
The new year seems to be coming in like a lion, which is all the more reason to greet it with an aromatic, warm and somewhat stiff drink.
Cupcakes can sometimes get a bad rap for being overly cutesy or just another fad. But in Bay Ridge, Allison and Matt Robicelli are trying to change all of that with their aptly named bakery, Robicelli’s.
We could name several favorite drinks from Maison Premiere (especially the absinthe), but are particularly taken with their “Maltese Falcon.” To get a shot of the action along with the recipe, we reached out to their bar to show us how.
Let us attest that the following recipes, along with many others in the Edible Brooklyn Cookbook, are the remedy for any cold winter evening — or any stifling summer day, for that matter.
In case you didn’t satisfy your baking itch during last week’s once-in-70,000 years Thanksgivukkah combo holiday, we’re here to help.
We got our hands on the recipe for one of the Roberta’s classics: margherita pizza.
Forget tonic water and orange juice. Alex Abbott Boyd, founder of Cocktail Crate, has created a line of mixers made of whole, fresh, local and organic ingredients that make serving cocktails much more fun.
Tomorrow and Thursday, Edible teams up with eight liquor shops throughout Brooklyn for a Hendrick’s Gin Tasting. Lucky us — we’ve got the Hendrick’s gin cocktail recipe that Ayana Suknanan from Gnarly Vines Wines and Spirits will make!
Local, seasonal cocktails sound hard to come by, until you realize you live in a city that’s surrounded by sweet corn and tomatoes. White Pike Whiskey, located in the Finger Lakes, does all the farming, milling, distilling and bottling to create their smooth, clean whiskey. Lucky us, Steven Ljubicic from White Pike gave us his recipe for the perfect fall cocktail: the Bloody Mary.
Don’t get us wrong, we love fall. Much anticipated apples and pears hang low while squash, corn and beans take front and center of the farmers market stage. But can you blame us for wanting to hold on to some summer dishes just a little longer?
[nggallery template=carouselag id=13] Hopefully, you were able to join us at last week’s “How to Prepare a Korean Feast” event. As we said when…