The event comes to Astor Center on March 10.
Food might have pillar-like properties after all. Time to attend a conference about it.
The sold out conference will feature speakers from across the food system and topics will range from food waste to workers’ rights in the food system.
You could fit my apartment in 40,000 square feet about 75 times.
The talk will be accompanied by a food pairing by chef Dan Latham inspired by the artwork.
The pop-up will feature expanded offerings that range from slow-roasted lamb shoulder taco with tzatziki and eggplant salsa to churros made with paratha.
This winter, Jimmy’s No. 43 is stoking the fires of the ongoing cassoulet controversy with their seventh annual Cassoulet Cookoff benefiting GrowNYC’s Local Grains Project.
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The market will feature many of the exclusive wares from provisions, but its real draw is the impressive events calendar.
This class teaches basic farm-centric education methods and introduces styles of learning and workshop planning.
You just pick 10-15 of your closest friends, a date and a theme. They’ll bring the wine and the knowledge and all you have to provide is glassware.
Right in time for the holidays, Magpie Cookshop offers high-quality and highly functional products that encourage sustainable habits.