We’ve got dairy, we’ve got food trucks and we’ve got wine! Basically, your taste buds will be spoiled rotten over the next few months.
Food trucks are synonymous with on-the-go eating, but wouldn’t it be even better if you could sit and savor your meal for a while? At our Drive-In Dinner on April 18th you can do just that at the Brooklyn Brewery in Williamsburg from 6pm to 9pm.
A reader writes in to tell about our recent profiles of Alleva Dairy and Murray’s Cheese in the current Dairy issue, remembering several decades of shopping at both of these incredible shops, which now requires half a day’s drive: “I now live in exile in Maryland, and happily drive 4 hours to shop at both institutions.”
Ever dream of having all of your favorite food trucks parked in one spot, serving up all of your favorite bites? Well, on Wednesday, April 18th at the Brooklyn Brewery, we’re making dreams come true with The Drive-In Dinner.
Even a week or two after the release of our first-ever Dairy Issue, we’re still thinking about some of the things we couldn’t squeeze in. For starters, plenty of photographs. The gallery above contains a few favorites that didn’t make the cut, as picked by our photo editor Rebecca McAlpin.
Once school is out for the summer, even the most dedicated after-school farmer will turn to sugary popsicles and video games in the comfort of an air-conditioned living room if left to his or her own devices. The good news is parents looking to avoid this now have a plethora of summer camps geared toward food, cooking and farming to choose from.
Classic public school curricula in big cities used to mean reading, writing, history and arithmetic, but a supermarket and Westchester agricultural non-profit hope to expand that list to include food and farming.
Forget Yo Gabba Gabba Live, there’s a new show in town that has gotten children all riled up with excitement – the James Beard Foundation Family Chef Series at the Museum of Manhattan on the Upper West Side.
As usual, we’ve got some great events coming up to share with you to make scheduling your upcoming social calendar a bit easier.
Did you buy your ticket to Edible’s Good Spirits event yet? No?!? Act fast before it’s last call on your entry to over 50 vendors and samples from some of the area’s best restaurants and distillers. Tickets are only $45 and include dishes and cocktails from folks like Velseka Bowery, who will be serving Pierogies filled with Vermont Cheddar Cheese, Maple Glazed Bacon and Potato and pairing it with “The Golden Klenovka,” a cocktail made with Vermont Gold Vodka, maple syrup, organic black tea and a splash of club soda.
In honor of our current Alcohol Issue, which features a profile of Compass Box Whisky Company founder John Glaser, Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn recently partnered with the Scotch whisky makers to host the Great King Street Cocktail Competition. Great King Street is a new blend by Compass Box, one named after the Scottish street where the company is registered and designed for mixing. We asked professional Manhattan and Brooklyn drinks-makers to create a cocktail made with Great King Street and at least one seasonal ingredient.
We know, we know, you’re fasting until February and aren’t consuming any carbs or alcohol until the holiday hangover finally dissipates. But you can still read about drinking, right? Good, because our new issue is all about alcohol and is now out on the streets (at these fine locations) and is also available right here online. Look for stories on stellar sakes, the Negroni’s new lease on life, the history of the Subway cocktail, the city’s tiniest brewery, the city’s oldest brew-pub, Bemelman’s bar, bitters on draft and in tiny bottles, and a lot more.