Returning soon: summer rolls with smoked tofu and quinoa.
There will be samples.
For their junior year capstone, students will focus on northern, western and southern regions of Africa, as well as the Caribbean, South America and the United States.
This Saturday you can join GreenThumb, a subsidiary of the Parks Department, for a day of gardening-related workshops that will teach you the basics of aquaponics, nonprofit incorporation and how to trellis.
We’ve teamed up with the New York Cider Association to bring together more than 25 cideries for a tasting event much like our popular Good Spirits series.
They donate a meal to City Harvest for every one bought and their packaging is all compostable.
To celebrate the coming of warmer weather and the promise of greener pastures, join Mezze Restaurant group at the James Beard House for their “Berkshires’ First Taste of Spring” dinner.
You can look forward to local roasted beets with oranges, grilled organic tofu with ginger and charred broccoli with roasted garlic — and those are just the vegan options.
Can’t make the live event? Meet up with some of the viewing parties happening around the city.
Some of our favorite local distilleries have signed on — Black Dirt, Hillrock Estate, King’s County and The Noble Experiment are all participating.
Stand by the fireplace and eat a rich, hearty dish that’s all about improvisation.
On February 17th, Harlem Park to Park held its third annual Hospitality and Culinary Conference to discuss their progress and what steps should be next in elevating Harlem to meet and exceed the glory it saw in the height of the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920s.