This winter, Jimmy’s No. 43 is stoking the fires of the ongoing cassoulet controversy with their seventh annual Cassoulet Cookoff benefitting GrowNYC’s Local Grains Project.
This Christmas Eve, escape the cold (and your family, if you need to) and for this one-day-only Mexican Christmas Eve menu. Or, you can always make these tacos from Mexico: The Cookbook at home.
Catsick tourists, cat adoption hopefuls and petless cat lovers alike can now enjoy no-strings-attached kitty time in the Lower East Side.
B Certification is a third-party certification for businesses that hold themselves to “higher standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability.”
Although the time approaching the holidays always feels rushed, our editors are making time for these events. And we think you should, too.
Chef Telepan grew up eating his own mom’s latkes. But here’s the thing: He’s Catholic.
Sweet or savory, oily or schmaltzy, enjoy the week of Hanukkah to reflect on the miracle of oil, especially when added to potatoes.
With the announcement of the film, we revisited a conversation with the director of the Greenmarkets’ Regional Grain Project to learn more about our growing “grainshed.”
Sometimes, and often in December, we just want doughnuts — especially if they’re from the Fat Radish.
The number of options can sometimes be overwhelming in New York, so that’s why we’re here. Yes, biscuits and beer are involved.
The debate primarily focused on safety issues and environmental impact, and discussion on copyright and labeling was essentially nonexistent. And, oh yeah, Bill Nye was there.
Indulge in classic gingerbread and hot chocolate, or go for less traditional holiday dishes like pulled pork strudel and Persian street food.