According to the botanic garden, changes to local zoning “will have a lasting negative impact” on their conservatories, greenhouses and nurseries.
We look at the bright (and tasty) side of staying at home in the city during the holiday season.
You’ll be able to taste fresh cacao fruit, nibs and finished chocolate.
There are even more vendors this year, and Sahadi’s will curate a spice market.
This week, learn how to eat cheese, hone your cooking knowledge with some of the country’s most talented chefs and more.
Roberta’s holiday market, winter CSA sign-ups and Star Wars-themed ice cream are only a few of the things to look forward to this month.
Sourdough: Recipes for Rustic Fermented Breads, Sweets, Savories and More will leave seasoned sourdough bakers refreshed, and tentative bakers emboldened.
On November 18th urban forager and Edible contributor Marie Viljoen will give an illustrated talk at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden about what to forage in the five boroughs and what to do with your finds once they are in the kitchen
Just because winter has set in doesn’t mean all signs of life have disappeared from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden–in fact, nothing could be farther from the truth. Especially on Friday, February 10 from 8pm to midnight, when you can be transported to Latin America at LUSH, an evening of tastes and sounds (and dancing) in celebration of BBG’s collection of 6,000 (and counting) tropical orchids.
A few words from editor Gabrielle Langholtz.
Brooklyn is particularly rich in low-hanging fruit.
Approaching its 100th birthday, the country’s oldest children’s garden gets young hands into city soil.