Through the end of the month, an exhibition at Williamsburg’s City Reliquary community museum highlights the city’s long and dynamic relationship with trash.
Blue Hill apprenticeships, all-you-can-drink local booze and an evening with Zadie Smith.
The brewmaster of Fort Greene’s Greenpoint Beer Works, home to Heartland Brewery and KelSo Beer Co., Taylor is constantly brainstorming with others to create intriguing exclusives — like our own Edible Ale.
The first installment of our ongoing collaboration with Kelso Beer Company is now available at a tap near you.
We happily announce the arrival of KelSo’s newest beer: “Edible Ale” — a quarterly and local brew inspired in part by our four sister publications.
It’s hard to imagine that a chef from Portland might make some of the best Thai food around, but Andy Ricker’s Pok Pok NY might have us sold.
Hungry? Our events calendar is packed full of Edible events around the city, like The Brooklyn Local–a day-long, family-friendly artisanal food fest at Brooklyn Bridge Park to help City Harvest feed more hungry New Yorkers. Think great food (over 75 artisanal vendors will offer delectable fare), great family fun (an interactive Kids Zone will feature children’s activities and entertainment) and a Happy Hour Tent (stop by for beer, wine, special tastings and musical entertainment). Here’s what’s happening this week.
Edible Brooklyn has always fostered feasting on our foodshed, but the philosophy leaps off the page during our annual eat Drink Local Week.
We can’t think of a better way to celebrate the longest day of the year than with a food-filled evening to benefit City Harvest, an amazing local organization that takes excess food from those who have plenty–restaurants, grocers, corporate cafeterias, manufacturers, and farms–and delivers it to some 600 food programs around the city.
Eat Drink Local Week 2o12 is made possible with help from these businesses, each of which does its part to support local foodsheds.
The anti-hunger advocate on how he slimmed down, why soda should remain in the Food Stamp Program and why you shouldn’t volunteer at a soup kitchen on Christmas.
One man brews for two boroughs.