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.
Monday’s the deadline for the program that will cover garden planning, setting up the kitchen classroom, planting and basic garden and soil maintenance.
On a recent Friday, the leaders of the Slow Food movement united at Roberta’s for conversation and celebration of the organization’s 25th anniversary.
Sommelier, winemaker and designer André Mack has made the first culinary coloring book, Small Thyme Cooks.
With judges including Michael Pollan, Alice Waters and Anna Lappé, the contest is a great opportunity to experiment with a short film to show how you are helping to build a better food system.
October is National Farm to School Month. To learn more about food education in our own community, we caught up with the innovative Brooklyn based Edible Schoolyard NYC.
Approaching its 100th birthday, the country’s oldest children’s garden gets young hands into city soil.
Our publisher just wrote to remind us to tell you all that if you haven’t yet subscribed to Edible Manhattan, Edible Brooklyn or Edible East End, if you do so before the end of Thursday, June 30 (that’s tomorrow) we’ll…
Goat dairies have a glut of baby boys — and need you to help eat them.
A slacker pizza shop stumbles into greatness.
Edible Schoolyard New York City has crossed the East River.
One of the borough’s best-kept secrets.