Cider Week celebrates the best of local cider just as the leaves are changing, the air is getting cold, and apple season is peaking.
Luckily, October offers two opportunities to visit Night Markets at Union Square, the first one taking place tonight.
Not only are our CSAs in full swing (only a week or so away from the Annual Zucchini Wallop), but our calendars are also packed—incredible eating-and-drinking events are popping up all over the city and beyond. Here, our editors give you a sampler of what they’re attending.
Last week, NYS Restaurant Association and NYC Hospitality Group hosted “A Taste of New York” at Time Warner Center’s Landmarc restaurant.
If you follow us on Instagram, then you may have noticed that we ‘re jazzed for apple season. We recently joined forces with GrowNYC in support of Big Apple Crunch 2013 to gather your best apple photos.
We’ve been looking forward to Cider Week for the last month, and it finally kicks off this weekend at An Autumn Night at Greenmarket.
Our screening of “A Place at the Table” at the Times Center provoked an impassioned post-film Q&A about hunger in New York and beyond, with Edible readers and ‘wichcraft eaters asking, “What can I do to solve this problem?” Here we try to answer.
Last month, GrowNYC launched its Green Infrastructure Toolkit, a collection of resources to educate homeowners and gardeners about the steps they can take to minimize the effects of rainfall on our waterways.
Food waste is a global problem. Currently, about 24 percent of all calories produced for human consumption are lost or wasted. To focus the international food movement’s attention on this vital issue, Food Tank has organized an already sold out gathering of food movement leaders set for September 19.
Eat your artichoke heart out with this simple recipe that will bring the forest (yes, the forest) out of this season’s crop.
“Our Greenmarket Regional Grain Initiative works with regional farmers to devote more acreage to growing grains, creating partnerships to get their harvest into the hands of bakers, pasta makers, distillers—and now brewers—helps their businesses scale up.”
Navigating the city that never sleeps (or should we call it “the city of a million stairs”?) doesn’t get easier with aging joints. Neither does schlepping heavy bags of groceries home from the market, which is why GrowNYC (the organization that runs the Greenmarkets) is reaching out to our city’s elderly to help get them fresh food.