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For the latest episode of Food.Curated, Greenpointer Liza de Guia takes us out to sea with Mike Martinsen and Mike Doall, founders of the Montauk Shellfish Company, which produces the coveted Montauk Pearl oysters. ...

 
battersby munchies

The word has been out for some time that Joe Ogrodnek and Walker Stern are putting out some of Brooklyn’s finest food at Battersby, their casual, cozy restaurant on Smith Street in Carroll Gardens. ...

 
caffecapri

In Brooklyn these days, conversations about coffee tend to tilt toward the new. Seems like every few weeks a new shop opens up, touting sustainably-sourced, hand-picked beans and mastery of the ever-elevating baristatic arts. And ...

 
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[Editor's Note: Disclaimer: This has absolutely nothing to do with food, but it's so ground-shakingly awesome that we had to post it.] Picture it. You’re eight years old. Your mom wakes you up, hustles ...

 
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PBS recently debuted the first three episodes of ‘The Lexicon of Sustainability,’ a web-based video series that aims to cut through the haze surrounding food labels like ‘cage-free,’ ‘local,’ and ‘sustainable.’ According to PBS: “By ...

 
brooklyn uncorked 2012

Missed Brooklyn Uncorked, Edible’s annual bacchanal featuring over thirty New York State wines paired with food from over thirty of the borough’s best restaurants, in the cathedral-like lobby at One Hanson ...

 
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During a winter tour of Europe in 1879, Mark Twain, faced with what he perceived to be the utterly dismal nature of the continental breakfast, was driven to daydream of divine intervention. Addressing the European ...

 
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Before beekeeping was re-legalized in New York City last year, a handful of urban beekeepers operated in the shadows, surreptitiously tending hives hidden in backyards or on rooftops, and sharing their small but precious honey ...

 
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The latest episode of Vice Media’s Munchies follows Cal Elliott, chef and owner of Williamsburg’s Rye restaurant, out for a boozy night on the town. Cal and friends hit Samauri Mama for udon ...

 
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This week, Pervaiz Shallwani of the NY Chow Report, sidles up to the bar at 606 R&D, the restaurant opened recently on Vanderbilt Avenue in Prospect Heights by City Bakery alums Ilene Rosen ...

 
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Jacob’s Creek Winery, a grape grower and wine making outfit in on the other side of the planet, in Australia’s Barossa Valley, is producing a series of video profiles of artisanal makers of ...

 
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PBS is making the leap into ‘good’ food TV, with the debut of Food Forward, a series profiling innovators and pioneers like urban farmers and beekeepers, and small-scale, quality-driven dairy, beef and veg farmers nationwide, ...

 
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Reason TV sent former MTV Veejay Kennedy into the streets of Gowanus and Park Slope to investigate whether the maybe-someday Gowanus Whole Foods will destroy the fabric of Brooklyn’s food scene. What does she ...

 
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Williamsburg-based Vice Media has pretty much nailed the formula for must-see reality food TV: Their Munchies video series follows NYC chefs out on the town as they eat, drink and make merry at their favorite ...

 
now forager

‘Now, Forager,’ a feature film focusing on the lives of a husband and wife who eke out a living foraging in the wilds around New York City, has its NYC big screen debut ...