The store is a one-of-a-kind shop that’s a must-visit for those interested in the best of hard-to-find, from-scratch American-made flavors.
When it comes to small-batch alcohol, New York’s cup runneth over.
It’s hard to say which shots from 2013 were our photo editor’s favorites. All the same, consider the following to be just a few of our highlights.
How one man left finance for fermentation.
Our cup runneth over with great photographs. Help us choose our next cover by voting for your favorite!
If you’re heading out in the next few days to track down one more perfect holiday gift, we’ve got a few ideas. From the avid cook to the amateur bartender, this city is a veritable treasure chest of edible gifts.
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.)
Farm to cocktail takes on a whole new meaning with this potato crop.