Every kitchen should come equipped with this book; little wonder why Michael Pollan and Alice Waters wrote the forewords.
With the announcement of the film, we revisited a conversation with the director of the Greenmarkets’ Regional Grain Project to learn more about our growing “grainshed.”
This new podcast explores the science and history behind what we eat.
It’s getting colder outside, here are our editors’ recommendations to keep you busy reading inside.
Joan Gussow will be in the audience at Edible Institute in May. We asked her where she thinks the food world is headed.
This week, our editors consider what’s next: for overfished oceans, threatened and necessary insects, locavores, and undeniably “scrappy” farmworkers. Read on.
With judges including Michael Pollan, Alice Waters and Anna Lappé, the contest is a great opportunity to experiment with a short film to show how you are helping to build a better food system.
We’re so proud that “Fish & Game” made the cut alongside wonderful reads from Pete Wells, Michael Pollan, Francis Lam, Corby Kummer and many more talented authors.
Next Wednesday, October 16, the World Food Prize will be awarded to Monsanto and Syngenta. Next Tuesday, October 15, the Food Sovereignty Prize will celebrate an entirely different vision of the future of food and agriculture.
The Manhattan-headquartered adventure outfit partners with National Geographic to produce the kinds of experiences you read about in their pages
An exec-turned-farmer raises some of the city’s best beef.
One of the underappreciated perks of the Edible Communities annual meeting–when publishers from the four corners of the nation (and Canada) gather–is the indigenous…