The annual fund-raising gala, which will take place at the Metropolitan Pavilion on March 9, will be hosted by chef Marc Murphy of Chopped.
Thanks to a new cookbook, kids will no longer need to dread school lunch.
On October 2, dozens of the region’s best restaurants, ice cream shops, breweries and vineyards will come together to celebrate the bounty of local food available in New York City.
Chefs around the city are sharpening their knives and firing up their grills for Eat-Drink-Local week, our eight-day love fest for our foodshed which kicks off Saturday. We won’t spoil all the fun, but here are just a few of the gloriously local dishes you, too, can be devouring next week.
We’re thrilled to announce the following restaurants in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Long Island’s East End will be participating in our 2012 Eat Drink Local Week, which begins in less than a month.
In an effort to promote local, sustainable and organic foods, Chefs Collaborative and Organic Valley have teamed up to host a series of Earth Dinners. A portion of proceeds from the meals will go to helping Chefs Collaborative–a non-profit network of chefs working to celebrate local foods and foster a more sustainable food supply–achieve their mission.
The three-star chef hits the school cafeteria.