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Tag: Bklyn Larder
Good Eggs’ goal is to help farmers and other producers solve one of the most vexing questions facing the new generation of food producers: How do you efficiently market and distribute your small-batch, artisanal products?
We’re not sure if it’s the proximity to Prospect Park or the area’s famously large number of small children, but Park Slope boasts some of the city’s best frozen desserts. Here’s our tour of the best.
It’s no secret that Brooklyn is passionate about its local food artisans, chefs, farmers, nonprofits and shops. Based on your votes, here are our 2014 Local Heroes.
Before Todd and Shereen Wilcox traded in their lives for an existence devoted to making and selling crumbly, ash-lined cheese pyramids, they lived in Williamsburg.
For all those headed out there in the next few days to hunt down one last gift for your holiday list, we’ve got a few ideas. In fact, last-minute gifts are practically the only kind we give. So here goes… 1. Buy a couple of Ball or Mason jars from your local hardware/kitchenware store and any of the canning, pickling and preserving books cataloged here by the Punk Domestics, a very modern DIY site dedicated to preserving traditional foodways. (We must admit our favorite is Tart & Sweet, by Brooklynite Kelly Geary, whom we’ve lauded countless times on these digital pages ourselves.)