Bring the family to Stone Barns Harvest Fest

Edible Manhattan, Brooklyn and Hudson Valley are proud partners of Harvest Fest. We’ll be there with our families and friends and hope you will be, too!


Bring the family and join us at Stone Barns Harvest Fest for hayrides, dancing, food demos and more – Oct. 5 [Sponsored].

Pick and pickle carrots, dosey-doe your partner, hop on a hayride, and sample seasonally inspired treats – all while supporting Stone Barns Center’s mission to build a healthy food system! Harvest Fest is a daylong celebration and fundraiser for Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture.

Edible Manhattan, Brooklyn and Hudson Valley are proud partners of Harvest Fest. We’ll be there with our families and friends and hope you will be, too!

TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Click on link above to buy tickets.

Cookbook Review ~The Complete Guide To Making Mead

Review By: Gloria Cohen

If you ever wanted to try your hand at making your own mead or honey wine, this is the perfect book, Also a great gift for the upcoming holidays.

The Ingredients, Equipment, Processes, and Recipes for Crafting Honey Wine
by Steve Piatz
Voyageur Press



An up-to-date, modern, and authoritative guide to homemade mead-making. Whether you’re the stone-cold beginner to a seasoned veteran, the book has something for everybody. Author Steve Piatz begins with a brief history of the fermented beverage and continues in chapters which include:

Characteristics and Varieties
The Basic Process
Yeast Strains
Recipe Development
Finishing Your Mead
You will be treated to discussions of yeast and special ingredients, as well as what equipment is necessary and recommended and an illustrated and detailed look at the basic process. Readers will also discover advanced techniques, such as oaking, clarifying, aging, spicing, and blending. There are even sections on developing recipes and troubleshooting problems with the brewing process.

With more than 100 color photos, THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO MAKING MEAD includes dozens of recipes for basic meads (honey only), melomels (honey and fruit), metheglins (honey and spices), and braggots (honey and malt).

At a bookseller near you $24.99 US / $27.99 CAN

ALSO AVAILABLE AS EBOOK!  (Amazon, Apple, Nook,Barnes and Noble, etc.).

NYC Honey Week Sept 8th – 14th

Check for a location near you, from Eataly in NYC, to Brooklyn, Queens, LIC


Events — NYC Honey Week.

Why Being Near The Ocean Can Make You Calmer And More Creative

Our affinity for water is even reflected in the near-universal attraction to the color blue. We’re naturally drawn to aquatic hues — the color blue is overwhelming chosen as the favorite color of people around the world, and marketing research has found that people tend to associate it with qualities like calm, openness, depth and wisdom.











Read more from Carolyn Gregorie for Huffington Post

Why Being Near The Ocean Can Make You Calmer And More Creative.

7 Great Food Magazines That Dont Exist Online – The Daily Meal

If you want to read these wonderful magazines, you’ll have to do it the old fashioned way!

Here are two samples:


This network of local food publications publishes nearly 100 local magazines from NYC all across North America, including Hawaii and several in Canada.



The Journal of Food and Coulture

This “journal of food and culture” has been taking “food as a starting point to probe timely and necessary questions about the role of food in everyday life” since its inception in 2001.












For more great magazines, read more by: Dan Myers

7 Great Food Magazines That Dont Exist Online | The Daily Meal.

Dinner at Home with Chef George Mavro | Enjoy

Via Soffia Wardy “We were recently invited to join our dear friends Gloria and Steven Cohen for dinner, at their home on Kauai. It’s always a coveted invitation as they are lovely people, wonderful cooks, amazing hosts and fellow foodies. This particular evening as we entered their kitchen we were taken by the intoxicating, wonderful aromas and the unfamiliar face behind the stove.”

Read more here and watch the video.

Dinner at Home with Chef George Mavro | Enjoy.

5 Smart Reasons To Eat Eggs

By Kristin Kirkpatrick, RD, 

Eggs are beautiful. They are a picture-perfect example of what nature is able to accomplish. They help make us more beautiful by helping both the inside of our body, like our hearts, as well as the outside of our body, like our hair.

5 Smart Reasons To Eat Eggs.