Producers

There’s Still Time to Sign Up for A Winter CSA of Frozen Local Produce

Eating local in New York 12 months a year used to be challenge. It took planning and hard work–canning, drying and making jam, or else you’d end up eating stored root vegetables all winter. But now, thanks to pioneering upstate farmers, we city dwellers can eat Hudson Valley produce–without suffering one bit!–all winter long. The trick? Winter CSAs of frozen local produce.

Union Market Opens in Manhattan

Sure it’s technically only a few subway stops away, but sometimes Brooklyn just seems so…far. While we’re willing to travel for our favorite eats, the opening of Union Market, the beloved Brooklyn purveyor of all things delicious, on Houston Street makes us and our Metrocards very happy

EDIBLE GLIMPSES: Tribeca’s All Good Things

Take a peek inside Tribeca’s new food hall, All Good Things, where hungry shoppers find a curated selection of artisanal goods from the likes of Dickson’s Farmstand Meats, Orwasher’s bread, Blue Marble Ice Cream, Nunu Chocolates, Blue Bottle Coffee and Cavaniola’s cheese, plus an upstairs oyster bar and a downstairs fine-dining restaurant.