Missed this year’s festival? You can find recipes for the dishes you didn’t eat.
If you missed our amazing panel of food writers and journalists at last month’s Food Media 101 at Brooklyn Brewery, you’re in luck. We caught a few of their expert tips for making a career in food media on video and, generous beings that we are, decided we’d share them with you!
We’re pretty proud of the work we do here at Edible, but it’s nice to hear when other people like what we publish (who doesn’t enjoy a compliment here and there?). The recently released Best Food Writing 2012 includes two stories from Edible Manhattan, as well as several stories from our sister Edibles around the country.
A few words from Gabrielle Langholtz.
The James Beard Cookbook Cover From 1959. Just 75 Cents. (If you like the platter of proteins he’s holding, be sure to check back…
Brain Freeze: An Early Attempt at a Logo for “The Mind Kitchen,” the New Radio Gameshow from Takedown host Matt Timms. Edible Won Round…
On swill dairies, the early role of Macy’s in pasteurization and why you should make yogurt in your apartment, but not butter.
The restaurant lives up to its superhero name.
Their sticky sweet maple syrup is a ray of sunshine in the bleak midwinter.
Why a misunderstood masterpiece should finally get its due.
Right as we were finalizing the stories for this issue, Gabrielle- our truly amazing Edible Manhattan editor- gave birth to a baby girl named Bess. And…
And with a client list that includes the Dalai Lama and Alice Waters, people are listening.