The traveling pantry will park outside of New York City Housing Authority housing and other residences, providing food access to people who can’t reach them otherwise.
The New York Wine and Culinary Center will be sourcing their ingredients almost exclusively from New York State while supporting several different farms.
Our print editor Gabrielle Langholtz was an occasional contributor to Eddings’s show.
The conference will focus on the importance of equity in the food system on a variety of scales. We went last year and have been looking forward to its return ever since.
Every Tuesday this month, you can meet the distillers that are helping to revitalize regional grains and have the opportunity to taste their products.
Now supplying FONDA restaurants, Masienda imports 18 varieties of landrace corn from Mexico.
The annual fund-raising gala, which will take place at the Metropolitan Pavilion on March 9, will be hosted by chef Marc Murphy of Chopped.
Unlike other guides, they visit every winery they review, and their ratings take environmental responsibility and the Slow Food philosophy into account.
This year’s lineup includes old favorites like Gloria’s Caribbean Cuisine as well as newcomers like Butter & Scotch.
The dudes behind Carnal met when they both worked at NoMad, and their combined resumes include Betony and Roberta’s.
The class will prepare you to start your own projects and train others in order to make composting more accessible.
The event comes to Astor Center on March 10.