A new book celebrates 125 years of pastrami.
A year after Sandy nearly washed them away, Red Hook Winery is very much open for business.
Happy Food Day! Hopefully you joined hundreds of other New Yorkers for this year’s Big Apple Crunch. Either way, check out our three favorite photos from our Instagram contest!
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.
‘Tis still the season to be eating–especially when it comes to dessert! There are all sorts of sweet treats being shared this time of year, from cookies and pie to red velvet cake and caramel corn. Some people use grandma’s old recipes, but when I am home this week, I’ll be using Flex Mussel’s chef Zac Young’s creative takes on the traditional–pumpkin donuts served both spiced and glazed to apple “pot pie” with a cheddar cheese crust alongside Bourbon ice cream to bacon peanut caramel corn and drunken frozen s’mores–to impress my family.
Be sure to take a peek at the current Edible segment airing on NY1 today and Sunday. (And online right here in perpetuity.) Based on a story in the current issue, it’s on Inside Park chef Matt Weingarten’s take on the Native American snack called pemmican, which has historically made use of both fall harvest foods on the Great Plains and a successful hunt for buffalo. It’s kind of like a cross between a granola bar and beef jerky.