The married couple bridges the gap between comfort food and fine dining.
The couple didn’t intend to work together at the restaurant, but it’s worked out beautifully.
For Valentine’s Day, we’re talking to couples in food.
Make it a good one.
DIY brew kits, make-your-own chocolate classes, international culinary immersions and more.
How do we love thee, Brooklyn? We asked you, were thrilled with your poetic responses and created these 14 Valentine’s Day-inspired memes with some of your answers.
Whatever your feelings are about Valentine’s Day, it’s hard to not enjoy an occasion that often involves the giving — and taking — of chocolate.
If you’re going to give chocolates this Valentine’s Day, do it right.
Whether you’re going, staying in or just want something sweet, here are our local picks for Valentine’s Day.
Thanks to these New York based producers, you can have your chocolate and drink it too.
Come February, we at Edible get bombarded with Valentine’s Day dinner ideas, most of which are so forgettable we don’t even bother sharing. But this year Kriemhild Dairy (who’s grassfed butter we wrote about in our magazine last year) had an idea that we loved.
Even if you don’t think The Anatomical Heart is the coolest cookie name ever–it makes us think of this excellent Edgar Allen Poe story–you have to be impressed with the intricacy of Amelia Coulter’s icing art. We like her cookies so much we made the ones she does of Brooklyn ironwork our Winter 2009 cover–when we wrote about SugarBuilt, her cookie company, for the first time. These Valentine’s-inspired versions are bizcochito flavored–anise, orange and cinnamon–and are topped with vanilla icing and individually wrapped with ribbon.