Their hands-on approach to the business has made the five-year-old Gowanus restaurant a neighborhood favorite.
Toast Ale uses surplus bread to brew up beer, and you’ll be able to drink it this summer.
Who should come? “The curious, the hungry and those willing to invest a little time into knowing how their food is produced.”
A four-year-old Meetup group facilitates frequent baking days at the Old Stone House.
The grains both influence flavor and support sustainable farming practices.
A primer on eight traditional (and fantastic) Georgian breads baked in Sheepshead Bay.
Cold mornings (especially a couple months’ worth of them) call for warm bread. But no matter how simple a staple it may seem, not all toast is created equal.
There are a lot of reasons to love good bread, including the fact that it’s available year-round. Orwasher’s has been baking bread over on the Upper East Side and offers several locally inspired loaves.
“Syrian bread” holds a world of flavors.
Central to the celebration of El día de los muertos is pan de muerto, or bread of the dead—a sweet, butter-rich bread perfumed with cinnamon or aniseed, orange blossom or vanilla, covered in sesame seeds or colored sugar.
Many Mexican Americans return home for the holiday, but in Sunset Park observants can make their ofrenda at home or contribute to altars built at community centers and churches.
Summer is a time for leaving the oven off and heading outdoors to dine. Next time your picnic calls for a crusty loaf of bread or a crumbly scone, check out our guide for links to dozens of bakeries around town.