For nearly five decades, Project Renewal has had the foresight and humanity to actually treat the problem of homelessness rather than criminalize it.
We present, free to download on any device, our “Icons” e-book: a 334-page essential collection of the most quintessential Gotham stories in Edible’s archives.
We caught up with the cocktail historian to learn what he had to say about his new book, the world’s oldest cocktail, fruit salads, John Wilkes Booth and his mom’s favorite drink.
Karen Seiger, author of Markets of New York City, tells us where we should go to get some of the season’s best local food and drink.
Cookbook recommendations? We’ve got ‘em. Here are the books from which our editors are drawing their kitchen inspiration this summer. (An interesting trend: almost all of the cookbooks below are heavy on Mediterranean flavors and styles.) Head to the market for some tomatoes, slice them thick, douse them with olive oil and read on.
Once a year, Mary Cleaver shutters shop so her whole staff — from serves and sous chefs to dishwashers and bookkeepers — can go back to the land, at least for the day.
We teamed up with Ippodo Tea Company to learn how to best enjoy several styles of green tea, even when it’s hot outside.
Watch and learn how the use of proper glassware can accentuate a beer’s dynamics and elevate the drinking experience.
It’s certainly feeling like midsummer these days—a little sticky, a little muggy, a little slower and, some nights, too hot to cook. When that’s…
Rob Stephenson shot gardens and farms with a large-format camera (you know, the kind with the giant hood that goes over the shooter’s head). The result is a gorgeous book featuring urban agriculture in all five boroughs.
The legislative process may not be pretty, but we can’t get enough of this merguez-making video.
Sure, you could eat those drupes raw or toss them in a pie, but we challenge you to do something a little less traditional by making this recipe.