Martinican codfish fritters, Portuguese bacalhau, Bajan plantains, Ukranian pierogi, Long Island wine, Irish cheeses–nope, it’s not our food bucket list. We actually ate all that–and more–last week at Edible Escape, our global travel tasting party at the gorgeous Angel Orensanz Foundation.
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At last month’s Meet Your Maker, sweets were the name of the game as we teamed up with Ovenly, Mast Brothers Chocolate, and–they’re not technically dessert makers, we think they’re pretty sweet—the Brooklyn Brewery.
There are a variety of ways to show support for your favorite causes. You can run for cancer, sign a petition against fracking, and now, there’s poetry slamming to raise awareness for food inequality.
Last week, in the latest installment in our How To series at the Brooklyn Brewery, we set out to teach an audience of curious New Yorkers How to Shake, Muddle and Stir…cocktails, that is. If you missed out on the cocktail lessons (and awesome eats from Food Freaks Grilled Cheese), check out the slideshow for a glimpse of the fun.
If you weren’t at 82Mercer last Tuesday, bummer. You missed out on some seriously Good Beer and food.
This year’s Eat Drink Local Week may have come and gone, but the habits that kids at our Eat Play Local Day event at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan picked up will stay with them long after they outgrow their overalls and tricycles.
We’re still coming down from our Eat Drink Local Week buzz (Without the ingredients of the week, what will we eat??) and reminiscing about our favorite events. For one of them–Meet Your Maker–we teamed up with the Brooklyn Brewery, Brooklyn Winery and NY Distilling Co. for behind-the-scenes tours of their facilities and learned how some of our favorite local beer, wine and spirits are made.
Crawfish, mudbugs, crawdads, yabbies–whatever you call them, we stuffed ourselves full of the little guys at the Great Pinch Tail, Suck Head event last week. We teamed up with the Brooklyn Brewery and the guys from The Food Experiments for an old-fashioned–and seriously awesome–crawfish boil.