Urban farming is, at last, having its moment in the sun, and we hope it is a long one! The benefits of growing food in urban environments, both to the environments themselves and to the people who inhabit them, are enormous. And the practice has deep roots in New York City. Under the auspices of Organic Gardening, Gabriella Bass and I have spent the past … Continue reading urban farming.
We spotted a new market in our own neighborhood the other day, on our way to get coffee beans at Gimme!, and just had to stop in. It’s a lovely addition to the neighborhood — a spectacular cheese case, and all the pickles and chocolate and jams you could want (plus sandwiches, yum.) You can read all about it over on Serious Eats. Continue reading campbell cheese & grocery.
Frank Caputo makes twenty pounds of hand made mozzarella every two hours, seven days a week. He’s been doing it for some 20+ years. Go get some. Now. (But first, read about it over on Serious Eats.) Continue reading caputo’s.
Last year ’round this time, we cooked up an epic Rosh Hashanah feast. This year, we headed to South Williamsburg to find where to buy the ingredients — from the source. New post up on Serious Eats. Read about Schwartz’s Kosher Grocery here. Continue reading schwartz kosher grocery.
New post up on Serious Eats. Read about Midoriya’s wall of Japanese snacks (garlic shrimp chips, anyone?!) and more here. Continue reading midoriya.