Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like this fascinating class by Bitter and Esters on the wonders of yeast as it pertains to brewing and homebrewing. Here’s what’s happening this week.
Now in its fourth year, the Manhattan Cocktail Classic is like a Davos for distillers and drink makers.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like our Food Media 101 expert panel at Brooklyn Brewery. Here’s what’s happening this week.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like this Cider Sidra Seder Prix Fixe Dinner featuring Sephardic and Spanish dishes, including roasted lamb, bitter herb salad, and baklava. Here’s what’s happening this week.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like this special screening of King Corn at the American Museum of Natural History. Here’s what’s happening this week.
Summer is nearly upon us and city sidewalks are stained with the juice of ripe, plump berries. With all these fruits at hand, we were happy to see that Chef Mike Colameco–host of the daily radio program “Food Talk” and “Colameco’s Food Show”on Channel 13–has teamed up with King Arthur flour for an upcoming cooking demonstration called Baking Summer Berries, Pies and Tarts.
Although it feels like spring is beginning, it is indeed still technically February, that means Valentine’s Day. Below are a few Edible-approved ways to woo this year. If you’re looking to plan your social calendar beyond the 14th, be sure to stay tuned to our Events Calendar to fill your dates. And if you got an event to add–from CSA meet-ups to farm schools to secret suppers–let us know.
Predicting the weather is Punxsutawney Phil’s domain. Predicting what’s going to happen when it comes to food, farm policy and politics? That’s where the NYC Food Almanac 2012 comes in. On January 24th from 6:30 to 9 pm at 632Below, a group of experts (including Edible’s own Brian Halweil) will predict what will happen and call for what should happen with a panel discussion and Q&A.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like winter, right? Mittens, scarves and puffy parkas are all well and good, but when it comes to warming seriously chilled bones, they can’t quite compete with stiff drink. It’s safe to say that February will be frigid, so prepare early and get your tickets (available here) to Good Spirits, our seasonally inspired cocktail event on February 28th from 6 to 9 pm at 82 Mercer in Soho. Until then, below is the roster of this year’s participants to get you excited. Be sure to check out our Events Calendar for other great happenings going on around town.
Though it probably seems like a natural to readers of this magazine, rarely does the French Embassy host food events. But next Monday they are, and it’s one to skip work for. No no, it’s not the world’s biggest round of Epoisses or a tasting of sparking cidre from Normandy (though we’d be down for both) but a day-long program investigating the intersection of food culture and health from French and American points of view.
While Edible cooks up plenty of our own events (stay tuned for details about Good Spirits 2012, and enter to win tickets right here), below are some upcoming events from our comprehensive calendar we think you’ll want to dig into… like the Peck Slip Pickle Festival, with samples, a home-pickling and fermenting competition, traditional bialys and a talk by food writer par excellence Mimi Sheraton, who wrote The Bialy Eaters.
We’re especially excited about Edible Escape on October 19, our first travel-themed tasting.