In case you missed it, the Good Food Awards for best beer, charcuterie, cheese, chocolate, coffee, confections, pickles, preserves and spirits were announced earlier this month.
With the champagne drunk and the ball dropped, we’re taking a moment to ponder the next 364 days and what they’ll bring in terms of food.
The impact of Hurricane Sandy was measured in many ways: feet of water, billions of dollars, days of school closures. At Added Value, the Red Hook community farm fueled by the work of youth volunteers, it was measured in pounds of sweet potatoes.
If you’re heading out in the next few days to track down one more perfect holiday gift, we’ve got a few ideas. From the avid cook to the amateur bartender, this city is a veritable treasure chest of edible gifts.
Journalist Nancy Matsumoto has an unexpected post-Hurricane encounter with artisanal butcher Jake Dickson (of Dickson’s Farmstand Meats) on the Upper East Side.
With Sandy’s surge waters receding, Northern Spy Food Co. owner Christophe Hille and his staff found themselves spared the flooding by half a block, but faced with a walk-in full of food and the prospect of days without power ahead.
Classie Parker, aka The Canning Queen, turned a a small vacant lot on 121st Street into a fertile garden that now feeds her neighbors and her own food preservation fervor. When she’s not busy pruning, planting, or putting up peaches, she’s pushing a cart around town teaching anyone who asks how they can can, too.
For New Yorkers in need, the Greenmarket is a friend indeed.
As Eat Drink Local Week approaches–our week-long tribute to our foodshed begins Saturday, June 23rd–we wanted to introduce the sponsors that have helped us organize the event and also support local and seasonal eating year-round.
One determined New Yorker learned food stamps can be spent on seeds and seedlings—and set out to change the world.
For the next three nights–Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday–the cooks from Brooklyn’s Sweet Deliverance catering company join those from The Underground Food Collective in Madison,…
Bemelmans’s book could best Bourdain’s.