Jeanne Hodesh of Greenmarkets tells us what green goodies to look for while we’re waiting for spring produce to arrive.
Those of you who participated in last fall’s Dine Out Irene will be pleased to hear that the organizers of the one-night fundraiser have tallied up the donations from dozens of local participating restaurants and collected a whopping $47,375 for farms impacted by the hurricane.
The International Association of Culinary Professionals, in town for their annual conference–this year’s theme is food and fashion–has a few extra seats for their food policy panel, which is being broadcast live Tuesday night at 7 pm at WYNC’s Jerome L. Greene performance space in lower Manhattan.
Farmers from around our region were hit hard by Hurricane Irene. To help them, please participate in Dine Out Irene on September 25.
Eat Drink Local Week begins today, and we are proud to announce we will be donating profits from all subscription sales between June 24 to 30 to our charitable partners of the week, GrowNYC and Edible Schoolyards of the East…
As you may know, Edible Brooklyn is one of over 60 Edible publications to blossom across the nation, each shining a loving light on…
We believe harvest season is cause for celebration and in that spirit we’re joining forces with Edibles statewide and the Greenmarket geniuses at GrowNYC to present our second annual Eat Drink Local week, September 26 to October 6.