With help from NY1, we’ve got a sneak peek video tour of the construction of the Ur-BARN being raised at the Great GoogaMooga, two-day food and music fest produced by Superfly Presents that’s taking over the Neathermead in Prospect Park.
The Gathering of the Fisheries is one of frequent theme markets at the seaport market–grains, meat and ice cream have been other topics–and this is the first this year. More than a dozen regional fish and seafood vendors–some from right here–will be selling their watery wares.
Next Tuesday night, May 15th, is a big one for Robert La Valva, the director and founder of New Amsterdam Market, and he’d like you to join him at Community Board One’s next meeting.
We might be short on open acres but here in the shadows of skyscrapers we’re enjoying a bumper crop of agricultural innovations.
An upstate entrepreneur is turning would-be compost into liquid gold: squash seed oil.
Year-old FoodCorps grows veggies, awareness from grass roots.
How the well-heeled men behind Manolo Blahnik stepped boldly into the cow field.
With help from NY1, we took a peek into a 23-year-old bakery in Inwood to learn more about bizcocho, or what the Dominicans call cake. This spot is particularly beloved for its tres leches.
Feeding the more than 8 million hungry mouths in New York City is no small task. Join us on Wednesday, May 2nd as BioCities.org and the Zofnass Program for Sustainable Infrastructure host a daylong seminar to tackle this complicated feat.
Perhaps next week’s Good Dairy event should’ve been called Excellent Dairy. Judging by the lineup of decadent dairy and delightful drinks our vendors will be serving on April 25th, it looks like we’re in for a fabulous evening. And what could be more appropriate for our nightlong ode to dairy than the big, white space at the Openhouse Gallery on Mott Street in Nolita?
If you’re spending this Earth Day (it’s Sunday) north of the city–hiking or biking the Hudson, perhaps–consider an afternoon stop off at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie for a discussion with four of the most forward-thinking sustainable ag businesses in the region.
New Yorker, we love you. But we’re so fond of the cartoon our graphic designer made for a contest last year, we’d like to keep doing it. This illustration–the first of many to come!–was inspired by the Good Dairy issues we did for both Edible Brooklyn and Edible Manhattan and our upcoming Good Dairy party.