It’s no secret that the city is passionate about its local food artisans, chefs, farmers, nonprofits and shops. Based on your votes, here are our 2014 Local Heroes.
How one decommissioned Con Edison truck rolled into Brooklyn and rolled out serving pulled pork sliders.
Drive Change doesn’t just offer ex-inmates a shift and a paycheck.
A new food truck sells fresh food—and offers formerly incarcerated kids a fresh start.
NYC’s only culinary high school is hosting its annual fund-raising benefit, which will be hosted by Food Network stars like Bobby Flay and Sunny Anderson.
Each year, Edible Communities gives its readers an opportunity to recognize the work of our local heroes. Here are our nominations. Who will you vote for?
After Hazan’s passing last fall, the school has established an eponymous scholarship: a $20,000 tuition aid award for a student enrolled in the Italian Culinary Experience at the ICC’s New York location.
Thursday night saw the reveal of “Snow Day,” the first in what founders hope to be a series of social justice food trucks to help formerly incarcerated youth onto the road to prosperity.
Ruth Reichl and Alice Waters recently applauded Edible magazines. Like our advertisers and our readers, we’re beyond grateful for those who support our work!
Earlier this fall, at a sold-out forum in New York City organized by Food Tank, we learned how massive our food waste problem has become. Here are some examples of what Edible communities across the country are doing to combat the problem.
Three years ago, we had the privilege of interviewing artist and activist Yoko Ono in our holiday issue. When we asked her thoughts on young and progressive women who enthusiastically make their own pickles, her response couldn’t have been better.
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.