For lots of kids, there is an upside to divorce that crystallizes like a snowflake every December. New York street food brings back those memories.
When sliced, the spherical inner layers of this buttery bread are revealed, with specks of anise peeking through—and there’s only one place in the Heights to find it.
From funky croissants to a Stump de Noel, these sweets will be the stars of your holiday table.
Conjure the ghost of pies past by making this mostly forgotten “Cronut of 1946.”
From hot sauce and horseradish to peanut brittle and candycorn.
If you’re the last-minute type, don’t fret. This year, we’ve got you covered with nine local gifts ideas for the food enthusiast in your life.
Southern Tier Brewing brings us a unique take on the traditional holiday beer.
How to make dinner for 80,000 and other holiday miracles.
For Robert Burns Night, hoist the haggis and dress to kilt.
Our publishers just alerted us to a sweet deal, especially for those currently struggling on their holiday gift lists, double especially for those of us who haven’t even started. If you order a new subscription to Edible Brooklyn (only $28 a year!) before December 1st–or to Edible East End or even Edible Manhattan–they’ll kick in a free copy of Edible Brooklyn: The Cookbook. Here’s what to do.