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.
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.
Small batch chocolate cookbooks and podcasts questioning the choice to award Monsanto with the World Food Prize — yep, must be what the Edible staff is reading, watching and listening to this week.
If you’re hankering for more prosciutto di Parma, then you’re in luck because Prosciutto di Parma Palooza is coming to Brooklyn on September 26, and will feature chefs like Mission Chinese’s Danny Bowein and Porsena’s Sara Jenkins, all doing their best to highlight this beloved ingredient.
It’s not often a class project turns into a global company and nonprofit. But for Dan MacCombie and Tyler Gage, an entrepreneurship class in 2008 became…
When Brooklyn based filmmaker Erik Shirai went to Japan to shoot an episode on Buddhist cuisine, he did not expect to come back with…
In case you missed it the first time around, this week NY1 is airing a repeat of one of our current favorite Edible segments: The one on the beautiful new 3,000 square-foot bean-to-bar factory built by Mast Brothers Chocolates right on N. Third Street in Williamsburg. Last year we covered Rick and Michael Mast as they sailed to the Dominican Republic for cacao collection, but this story is on their homebase. If you haven’t taken one of their tours (Thursday through Sunday at 4:30 pm) or been to the really lovely new tasting room (where a new pastry chef makes cookies, cakes, brittle, truffles and other constantly tweaked concoctions) we urge you to make the trip to the Northside. Or just watch us take ours right here.
Internet radio is where it’s at… or at least where to listen. Especially on Tuesdays at 3 p.m., when our photo editor Michael Harlan Turkell hosts THE FOOD SEEN. Today’s guests are Manhattan chefs Julian Medina and Pichet Ong, who have collaborated on a 24-hour Cuban diner in Manhattan called Coppelia. The episode and more are available online.