The Gray Barn is a first-of-its-kind non-profit vegan inn supporting an animal sanctuary.
Diana Kuan’s new book Red Hot Kitchen teaches you how to make classic Asian chili sauces from scratch.
While it could be about two years away, the sisters behind Peaceful Provisions are looking to grow their city presence beyond Bushwick’s Vegan Shop-Up.
At Saturday’s Black Vegfest, entertainment, enrichment and amazing vegan food go hand in hand with critical thought and community engagement.
From burger restaurants to vegan boutiques, Brooklynites are embracing meatless “meat” that’s clear in both origin (plants) and mission (the health of the eater and the environment).
Go ahead and reach for a cone or two.
Sol Sips has instituted a sliding scale of prices that aims to make her menu of plant-based green smoothies, juices and vegan eats accessible to lower income communities.
Whatever your edible (or otherwise) gift needs, there’s a market in either Brooklyn or Manhattan for you.
Buy your tickets now for the all-vegan fest at the Southern restaurant, promising blueberry pancakes, mac and cheese, and fried vegan chicken bites.
For every eater in New York unfamiliar with samosas, owner Mini Dhingra has a family member in Kolkata surprised at the business she built selling them.
Learn how to make salsa, go to a meaty barbecue and more.
“I try to cook traditional food, but we are also open to new things—new recipes for a new generation.”