Cider isn’t just that saccharine, bubbly stuff kids drink when the adults want to propose a toast anymore. Nowadays, the apple-based drink–in drier, sparkling, boozy forms–is competing with craft beers for space on upscale restaurant menus.
After a rigorous hike in the Alps, Adam Ford and his wife Glynis toasted their feat over a locally made vermouth in the Italian town of Courmayeur. That day, his perception of vermouth–and in turn, that of many New Yorkers–was changed forever.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like this elegant Tuscan feast. Here’s what’s happening this week.
If you haven’t gotten your holiday fix yet, there’s still time! Read on for tips on where to take in the sights, smells and flavors of the holidays.
While other awards recognize food that tastes good or food that is good for the planet, the Good Food Awards honor people who make food that is good in all senses of the word: delicious, respectful of the environment, and connected to communities and cultural traditions. This year’s finalists represented us New Yorkers well, with 17 of those finalists hailing from our great state.
With our new subscriber benefits program, now is the perfect time to introduce someone you love to the Edible community.
Subscribe for 2 years to Edible Manhattan, Edible Brooklyn or Edible East End before January 1, and as a bonus we’ll send you a copy of the Edible Brooklyn cookbook–free of charge. That’s a $18.95 value, and a perfect addition to any kitchen, whether in Brooklyn or beyond, not to mention a great gift for Hanukkah, Christmas, a birthday, or any special occasion.
Martinican codfish fritters, Portuguese bacalhau, Bajan plantains, Ukranian pierogi, Long Island wine, Irish cheeses–nope, it’s not our food bucket list. We actually ate all that–and more–last week at Edible Escape, our global travel tasting party at the gorgeous Angel Orensanz Foundation.
Whether it’s pronounceable or not, this soup (compliments of Rick Field of Rick’s Picks and found on page 36 of Edible Brooklyn: The Cookbook) is a real winner on crisp autumn days.
At last month’s Meet Your Maker, sweets were the name of the game as we teamed up with Ovenly, Mast Brothers Chocolate, and–they’re not technically dessert makers, we think they’re pretty sweet—the Brooklyn Brewery.
Hungry? Our events calendar is packed full of Edible events around the city. Here’s what’s happening this week.
Come sample flavors from around the world with us next month at Edible Escape and be entered to win a trip for two to Austin, all expenses paid.