Earlier this month, luminaries of the food movement — who also happen to be longtime friends — took the stage at Cooper Union’s historic Great Hall for a friendly conversation about the current state of food and agriculture.
Joan Gussow will be in the audience at Edible Institute in May. We asked her where she thinks the food world is headed.
What do America’s coffee preferences look like on a map? Why don’t young farmers get insured? Why aren’t we already drinking maple water? And how can food serve as, ahem, an olive branch? This and more in what our editors are reading this week.
The Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York (ROC-NY) is holding its first-ever restaurant week. But it’s not like the NYC Restaurant week we’re used to here in New York.
In addition to her day job as Momofuku’s brand director, Sue Chan is creating a social network and support group for women pursuing careers in the culinary industry.
This week, our editors are seeing a bright future for local food and drink — and seeing it clearly, with the help of the up-and-coming monocle.
Edible Manhattan and Edible East End are proud to release their first e-books that feature some of the best writing on subjects of most interest to our readers.
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.
Eating bugs? Now there’s an idea with legs.
An evangelist for vertical farms.