Meanwhile, Over at Edible Brooklyn

The bounty at Brooklyn Bridge park.

For those willing to get on the 2 train to Weeksville to visit the site of one of the oldest African-American farming communities; to ride the M to Williamsburg for some of our very favorite food ever at the Roebling Tea Room and truly local wines at Brooklyn Oenology; to walk over the Brooklyn Bridge to pick bayberry and sumac along the new Pier One park; to ride the F to Carroll Gardens to sample the city’s first artisanal malt vinegar made with Brooklyn-made beers; to head to Gowanus to learn how to grow food in tricked out plastic planters, we have the magazine for you. It’s the summer issue of of Edible Brooklyn, and it’s now online for your perusing pleasure.

 

 

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