Seth Unger is executive producer of the Food Film Fest, but his mailman is one of hundreds of people who know him as the source of an aromatic orange loaf baked in his Brooklyn Heights kitchen each December.
The 2019 celebration issue of Edible Manhattan is finally here. Now, read editor Meghan Harlow’s introduction to the magazine.
This year, turn down parties and crank up the oven on December 31.
An interview with Karen Hansen-Kuhn of the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy.
For this writer, the trope of Jewish people eating Chinese food on Christmas is more complicated than pop-culture tropes.
How an ancient tradition survives, despite colonialism.
Committed to the people and ideas making eating and drinking in our local communities more equitable, sustainable, nutritious and delicious.
Find out in just a sweet, free ferry ride away.
It’s like the California couple is bottling the taste of summer rain.
How a quest for a carrot led to the preservation of local Palestinian agriculture.
Oona Tempest, just 26, already has an impressive career in the NYC sushi scene despite her young age and other significant obstacles.
We’re taking “innovation” back in this issue, and I hope these stories broaden your idea of what the term means in 2019.