Every fish can be traced directly to the fishing boat that landed it.
A collection of food lovers-turned-entrepreneurs gathered at the Northside Innovation Food Sustainability talk last Tuesday at the Brooklyn Brewery for an evening of conversation as part of the lead up to the larger festival next month.
Want to hear the subjects in our innovations issue speak for themselves? Thanks to our local Heritage Radio Network, you can.
The ingredients are easy to come by and not terribly expensive, and the dish is an easy, unheralded classic.
Using all the tech and social-media tricks on offer, the father-sons enterprise connects chefs directly to fishermen by acting as a digital clearinghouse — with no warehouse.
Along with warmer temperatures, longer days and asparagus, our next issue will arrive in the coming weeks. Help us choose the cover.
On October 16, Slow Food NYC and Sea to Table will host an event at Haven’s Kitchen that celebrates the New England fishing community and brings awareness to how we can support these fisherman by eating sustainable species.
By the time you read this, Brooklyn’s sweetest green office space—and a few of our favorite food businesses—will have been kicked out of the…