Eat your heart out, carnivores.
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.
Our editors take us both backward and forward in time with stories of sad-but-true vintage recipes, local wine lore and soon-to-be 3D printers for home kitchens.
Unsurprisingly, we’re very proud that the list shines a big and deserving (yea, we’re biased) spotlight on our city.
Frank Giresi recently opened Whiskey & Wine Off 69, a home mixologist’s dream of a shop on the Upper East Side.
Brenne Patel’s single-malt whisky greets the palate with a smooth sendup of ripe figs, warm citrus, chocolate and balanced barley.
One little café brewed a revolution in a cup.
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.
Quince, oysters and D’Artagnan meats… just a few of our timely gems.
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.