The state of New York’s efforts to promote food and wine tourism were on full display last Saturday, when we joined a Metro North trainload of media and politically connected types on an outing to the 12th annual Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest.
Thanks to a collaboration with Blue Hill and Stone Barns, ICC culinary students have a field day.
Olives — the great wine palate cleanser?
Edible recently paid a visit to the Bowery Mission to see what they’ve got cooking, and it looks like there’s loads of greens, tomatoes, peppers and herbs involved, courtesy of a budding rooftop farming initiative there.
The LIE just got a lot more interesting — may we present to you Edible Long Island!
GreenHouse is more than the country’s largest penal colony’s farm initiative; it’s a little-known oasis of calm and beauty in the unlikeliest of landscapes.
A gardening program on the largest penal colony in the world.
Forget fancy kitchen equipment—these chefs’ menus rely on tricked-out bicycles.
In some gardens, cucumbers and kale are just a side benefit.
The 250 prisoner-run GreenHouse isn’t just the country’s largest penal colony’s farm initiative — and it grows a lot more than vegetables and herbs.
Food and Finance High, founded in 2004, is the only vocational public school in the city with food as a “major.” Aside from the usual math and English classes they need to graduate with a Regents diploma, students learn how to wield knives, tend a garden, cook like a pro and start a restaurant from the ground up.
Cancel your brunch plans and start fasting Saturday night because this Sunday, June 23rd the New Amsterdam Market is back!