Rediscovering the most succulent feathered beast.
The emerging disorder among the sustainable set strikes at the height of the fall harvest season, when some locavores break out in a cold sweat at the sight of yet another kale salad, roast chicken or apple crisp.
The quirky couple behind the Greenmarket’s best small-batch bakery.
If you skipped the Edible Brookyn Cookbook sale and signing at Union Square Greenmarket today (that’s us below) no worries: The book’ll be back at Manhattan’s biggest market next month. (You can also score a signed copy at the Barnes & Noble tomorrow night in Park Slope, Brooklyn, or on Saturday at Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket.) But you also missed the cauliflower wizardry of market manager David Sherman. He’s there every Monday and Wednesday, and when some famous chef or cookbook author isn’t cooking for shoppers, he is.
As we put the final touches on our fall issue–it’s about Edible-minded travel–there’s one piece in particular that we’re especially fond of. Our writers may eat their way through the Caribbean, Austria, Spain or South Africa, but it turns out the piece we’re really digging is on the trip closest to home.
A source for spectacular seedlings.
Trailblazing farmer Rick Bishop has caused city cooks to swoon for twenty-five years.
Remembering the restaurant that kept the fire burning for 21 years.
An exec-turned-farmer raises some of the city’s best beef.
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