Bed-Stuy now boasts a purveyor other neighborhoods can covet: Nextdoorganics, a community supported agriculture project and food delivery service with its own storefront at 360 Throop Ave.
The sweet sisters behind the beloved pie shop shared two recipes from their book and now we’re even more eager for the arrival of peaches and corn.
When you heard that two sisters—one trained in sculpture and photography, the other in business and finance—opened a pie shop in Gowanus, you might have guessed they launched the business six months after rolling out their first crust. But pie is Emily and Melissa Elsen’s birthright.
On an average Friday night, they churned out 105 pies between the hours of 3 p.m. and 11 p.m., and that is on the low end; some Fridays, they have to hit 130. We had to take a look.
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The Brooklyn Public Library celebrated Pi Day, March 14, by opening a café in cooperation with the pie shop Four & Twenty Blackbirds.
It’s no secret that Brooklyn is passionate about its local food artisans, chefs, farmers, nonprofits and shops. Based on your votes, here are our 2014 Local Heroes.
Pie is about the only thing that could make our book pick better. Enter before this Saturday, November 30, for a chance to win both a Four & Twenty Blackbirds pie and a copy of their new cookbook!
Design innovations are reinvisioning urban agriculture. Here are three of the latest ways Brooklynites are transforming cramped cribs into edible oases.
For years my Aussie husband searched the city in vain, desperate for something approximating Australian meat pie, the dietary staple more popular in his…