The unorthodox formula seems to be working for the home-brewers-turned-entrepreneurs.
Long before she launched her own business, Kate Galassi was just a girl in love with vegetables.
Free-range New Yorkers.
Farm Share is offering a special offer for Edible Brooklyn readers: The first 10 to sign up will get $40 off a organic CSA share that comes with Brooklyn home delivery.
This not-for-profit believes we can drink our way to prison reform.
Next door to the Piggery, up in the Finger Lakes, there’s a vegetable farm called Sweet Land that’s been running a CSA through the winter for five years. Shareholders come by their enclosed barn farm-stand in Trumansburg to warm up and pick up carrots, garlic, turnips, squash, potatoes, onions and winter greens every other week. This year, they’re coming to Brooklyn too, at a new locavore-leaning restaurant called Cornerstone at 271 Adelphi, Fort Greene.
For oenophiles, it is an upstate eden.