Our guide to Thanksgiving with one recommendation for each category: the turkey, the pie, the wine, the flowers and the rest.
Though the skyline of lower Manhattan is stunningly framed by windows behind the cashiers, the new Whole Foods in Gowanus is all Brooklyn. Here are some products to prove it.
Eating local in New York 12 months a year used to be challenge. It took planning and hard work–canning, drying and making jam, or else you’d end up eating stored root vegetables all winter. But now, thanks to pioneering upstate farmers, we city dwellers can eat Hudson Valley produce–without suffering one bit!–all winter long. The trick? Winter CSAs of frozen local produce.
Edible Brooklyn has always fostered feasting on our foodshed, but the philosophy leaps off the page during our annual eat Drink Local Week.
We’re thrilled to announce the following restaurants in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Long Island’s East End will be participating in our 2012 Eat Drink Local Week, which begins in less than a month.
Eat Drink Local Week 2o12 is made possible with help from these businesses, each of which does its part to support local foodsheds.