Missed this year’s festival? You can find recipes for the dishes you didn’t eat.
Even though The Victory Garden is in its 35th season, this will be the first time it features Edible as a partner.
The lecture will examine the role of the eater in a framework that views food as a holistic solution rather than a problem.
One dollar from every meatball sale will be donated to Team Tassy, a charity whose mission is to “unleash the inherent power in every person to eliminate global poverty.”
Set in the East Bay, the documentary chronicles tensions within today’s urban agriculture landscape.
If you order by November 14, your birds and veggies will be delivered to your house by November 22.
The November 17 screening honors “the matriarch of the food movement.”
They’ll be handing out free seasonally appropriate recipe cards and displaying photographs of 600 of their most recently shared meals.
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.
An expert line-up will discuss the potentially global implications of acting locally on November 8 at Cooper Union.
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.