Edible Manhattan produces a two-minute food segment that airs on NY1 each Friday and Sunday. If you miss us on TV, don’t worry: You can catch up on episodes as they appear below, or visit the NY1 site here for the complete archives.
With help from NY1, we took a video tour of Foragers City Grocer in Chelsea. It’s the first Manhattan outpost of the market, which opened in Dumbo six years ago, and it’s one of many locavore businesses in the borough we’re profiling in the weeks leading up to Eat Drink Local Week, which begins June 23.
Last week with the help of NY1 we gave you a behind the scenes peek in the back of the N&D deli in Ridgewood, Queens, which doubles as the factory for Mama O’s Kimchee.
With help from NY1, we’ve got a sneak peek video tour of the construction of the Ur-BARN being raised at the Great GoogaMooga, two-day food and music fest produced by Superfly Presents that’s taking over the Neathermead in Prospect Park.
With help from NY1 we took a camera to Uncorked, our annual wine tasting. This year marked the biggest event yet, with almost 1,000 attendees, and set a new benchmark for acceptance of wines from New York State and the Long Island region in particular.
With help from NY1, we took a video tour inside the headquarters of The Diner Journal, a food (and non-food) zine put out by the restaurant group behind Diner and Marlow & Sons in Williamsburg.
This week with the help of NY1, we visited the Italian-American brewer behind the cask ales made and served on the rooftop of Eataly.
With help from NY1, we took a peek into a 23-year-old bakery in Inwood to learn more about bizcocho, or what the Dominicans call cake. This spot is particularly beloved for its tres leches.
In this week’s NY1 segment, we visited Hayseed’s Big City Farm Supply in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, an urban farming shop and training center that will be open through June.
This week’s Edible Manhattan NY1 segment covered the incredible soft serve created by Momofuku Milk Bar chef and co-owner Christina Tosi. One thing we weren’t able to squeeze into the piece is the roster of new flavors Tosi–who is as eloquent and intelligent as she is creative in the pastry kitchen–is planning for May 1.
Each year the Hudson Valley Seed Library commissions New York State artists to design the packaging for a special line of heirloom seeds called Art Packs. Until March 2, you can see the packs next to the original works–and buy both the seeds and reprints of the art–at the Horticultural Society of New York on West 37th Street. If you do miss it, don’t worry–you can get a glimpse of the 23 packs and the 23 works of art on our most recent NY1 segment. Watch it right here.