In addition to bringing together talented crafters from around the country, it will include DIY demonstrations from Design*Sponge founder Grace Bonney and Paul Lowe, founder of Sweet Paul Magazine.
Barnraiser has a plan to close the potential gap between the funders and the funded.
You can sign up for the NYC class on November 8 and expect to walk away with a business plan and an investor pitch outline.
The event brings together voices from agricultural and culinary backgrounds to discuss how to grow it, how to use it and what it tastes like.
If you attend and mention which Edible magazine you read, Hudson Valley Seed Library will gift you with a free pack of seeds, a free bookmark and a code for free online shipping.
You have another ten days to donate anywhere from $1 to $5,000 (and if you do donate the $5,000 and need a friend to bring to the Christina Tosi baking lesson, we’ll be happy to join you.)
Cider Week celebrates the best of local cider just as the leaves are changing, the air is getting cold, and apple season is peaking.
Food + Tech Ed currently offers two online courses: Food Startup Branding 101 and Fundamentals of User Research.
Orange County Distillery is the first distillery ever permitted in a Greenmarket farmers market.
This November, you can pay someone to help you with your grind game at Toby’s Estate Coffee Brew School.
Airplane food is one of the most universally hated forms of nourishment on the planet, and JetBlue is working to change that.
Luckily, October offers two opportunities to visit Night Markets at Union Square, the first one taking place tonight.