As the executive chef at Wellness in the Schools, an organization that brings healthy meals to 30,000 public school students, Telepan knows what it takes to get kids on board with tropical kale salad and autumn squash soup.
Earlier this week, we had the opportunity to learn more about FreshDirect when our photographer Randee Daddona spent the day with FreshDirect cofounder David McInerney and team.
Last Monday evening, more than 170 attendees gathered in a glass-enclosed room overlooking Manhattan for the third annual James Beard Foundation Leadership Awards dinner.
Watch chef Marcus Jernmark of Aquavit transform hot wine, a little bit of bourbon and “straight up vodka” into mulled wine that will spice up your holiday season.
Earlier this week, the food world’s most influential movers and shakers gathered for the third annual James Beard Foundation Food Conference, “The Paradox of Appetite: Hungering for Change.”
Our holiday issue is almost set to print, but it’s missing one thing — a cover! Leave us a comment with your favorite photo and you may see it on the cover when our holiday issue comes out in November!
This Wednesday, October 23, the Shore Soup Project will host a fundraiser to benefit the Rockaways.
We’ve been looking forward to Cider Week for the last month, and it finally kicks off this weekend at An Autumn Night at Greenmarket.
Products from the Vermont Sail Freight Project can be pre-ordered on Good Eggs, a site devoted to delivering food to NYC from the best local farmers & foodmakers.
Just because the weather’s getting colder doesn’t mean you need to say goodbye to your CSA. From December to April, Winter Sun Farms, located in New Paltz, will offer the benefits of fall produce through a winter CSA program.
Last month, GrowNYC launched its Green Infrastructure Toolkit, a collection of resources to educate homeowners and gardeners about the steps they can take to minimize the effects of rainfall on our waterways.
In just a few weeks, Clinton Hill will get the comfort food fix it’s been waiting for. Peck’s, set to open in November at 455a Myrtle Ave, will be serving house-made specialties with a Jewish flare.