Fedcap Rehabilitation provides free culinary training, food handling certification and a small stipend to students with disabilities.
JB Prince opened in 1976 when Judith Prince began going into New York restaurants and asking what kitchen supplies cooks needed.
Northeast producers including Bloomer Creek, Liten Buffel, Wild Arc, Eminence Road and La Garagista are bona fide natural winemaking operations.
Beside the East Village’s Nowhere Bar and NO BAR, the word “queer” stands in as its own umbrella term, held and defined by many hands that have created histories in spite of an unpredictable climate.
Walter Easterbrook founded the program to create a professional blueprint for bartenders wanting to expand their work.
New budget proposals and bills attempt to help farmers build soil health to sequester carbon.
Come June, the Storm King Summer Solstice provides an immersive art and food-fueled festival weekend that’s not to be missed.
Here’s where to go for fresh air, stunning views, brewery tours, beer flights and maybe even a wedding venue.
The designer behind some of the city’s most popular food brands loves to eat.
Until we know more about the full impact of these products on humans and on the planet, the jury is still out on whether they will be celebrated, feared, avoided or ignored.
Whether you want to up your latte art game, need a date-night idea or want to introduce your kid to the kitchen, these cooking classes are for you.
The city council just passed legislation that will require new buildings to include green roofs and/or solar panels—and that will likely impact urban agriculture, too.