From its distillers to its chocolatiers, Industry City offers open doors and freedom of space to tenants and visitors alike. Here’s what to check out.
With Christmas on our doorsteps, it’s time to bake. Here are some of our editors’ favorite cookie recipes.
You don’t feel like baking this year? Here’s where you can order pie.
Thanksgiving is the day after tomorrow. If you haven’t finalized your menu plans (or heck, even if you have), you’ll want to try this recipe for Fresh Pumpkin Pie with Salty Roasted Pepitas from One Girl Cookies, which we profiled in our magazine last year.
There’s nothing like an icy cold gust of wind, soggy boots and snow on the ground to make us want to drop everything and bake. If you’re like us, turn on your oven and try this recipe for Spiced Ginger Oatmeal Drops from One Girl Cookies, which we profiled in our magazine last year.
You’d think after last night’s Good Dairy issue release party we’d have refrained from all things milk-made today, but no dice. Stopping by the…
How one girl met one boy and built Brooklyn’s sweetest bakery. (Recipe included.)
If you haven’t yet found a copy of the new winter issue of Edible Brooklyn, you always can read the whole issue right here online. (Though don’t forget that should you choose to subscribe, not only is the print version delivered right to your door, you also get the free Edible app.) As usual, we’ve also got a few extras here in the digital sphere, which we think you’ll like. The recipe for Judge Mike Pesce’s Limoncello, from a story (“The Lure of Limoncello”) on his annual making of the bright-yellow Italian digestif. And from our profile of One Girl Cookies in Cobble Hill (“Cookie Monsters”) recipes for two of their incredible sweets–Spiced Ginger Oatmeal Drops and Fresh Pumpkin Pie with Salty Roasted Pepitas.
A Park Slope business makes a bundle selling firewood.