The incredible holiday displays start going up the weekend after Thanksgiving.
We talked to Italian, Jewish and Vietnamese restaurants to get a look at how fish binds the borough.
Share your best holiday DIY with us for a chance to win one of three tasty giveaway prizes from Mouth.
Good food, good people and good music. Sounds like the holidays to us.
Instead of only bringing you one Brooklyn-specific magazine, we’re packaging all four of our titles into one mega edition. What do you think the cover should be?
Let us attest that the following recipes, along with many others in the Edible Brooklyn Cookbook, are the remedy for any cold winter evening — or any stifling summer day, for that matter.
You could easily offer the same ol’, same ol’ treats to this year’s trick-or-treaters. Or, if you’re like us, you could be looking to jazz up your offerings and hand out something slightly more interesting than the predictable Tootsie Roll.
Although it feels like spring is beginning, it is indeed still technically February, that means Valentine’s Day. Below are a few Edible-approved ways to woo this year. If you’re looking to plan your social calendar beyond the 14th, be sure to stay tuned to our Events Calendar to fill your dates. And if you got an event to add–from CSA meet-ups to farm schools to secret suppers–let us know.
If most ordinary people look forward to catching up on season four of Breaking Bad…
We probably don’t have to tell readers with tendencies toward procrastination that a great last-minute holiday gift is a few of any of the products we cover in our pages. This year that’s even easier courtesy Depanneur, the specialty foods, corner store and sandwich shop on the corner of Wythe Avenue and North Third Street in Williamsburg. The place (it’s kind of like a gourmet bodega) assembled a few not-your-grandma’s gift baskets made up of mainly locally made goods in cool old wire-frame boxes we wouldn’t mind keeping around.