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Edible Brooklyn 3h
You should consider living in . Here are 15 delicious reasons why:
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Edible Brooklyn 23h
The latest issue of Edible Brooklyn is out now, and the focus is entirely on drinks — just in time to celebrate the 100th anniversary of prohibition. 🍸 Read the stories online or find a hard copy near you:
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 22
Bet you wish you could reach inside your screen for Fermenty Pineapple Amontillado Sherry Lime made with herbs! Made by .
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 22
Nie & Dee are the mother and daughter behind . Try their Tipsy Cake Shots tonight at !
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 22
Who’s ready to drink tonight at ? 🥂
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 19
Join us this Friday on our dream cocktail crawl ! , presented by & , returns for an all you can eat & drink evening. 🍴🥂 More info + tickets:
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 18
As craft distilling has once again emerged as a viable industry, local makers decided to band together to create a designation called “Empire Rye” that would restore the legacy of New York rye whiskey. 🌾🥃 Read the full story in our 2019 Drinks Issue:
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 16
Eat and drink your way around Greenpoint this weekend:
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 15
We talked to about Pastrytown (tomorrow, Sat 3/15!). Pastrytown will feature unlimited samples from 30+ of the most popular brewers of pastry stouts, including Florida’s Angry Chair Brewing, Moksa Brewing Company in California, and more.
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 14
Celebrate with one of these tasty pie recipes:
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Edible Manhattan Mar 13
ICYMI: The NYC public school system announced that all of its schools will serve an all-vegetarian menu on Mondays beginning in the 2019-2020 school year.
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 14
Brewer and owner Jason Sahler of in sees himself as a sort of missionary for New York hop farmers and malt houses. He aims to convince other NYC brewers to join him in sourcing more ingredients in-state. 🌾🍻
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 13
Tomorrow is a very important holiday: ! 🥧 If you feel like baking, here are 5 pie recipes to try out:
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 13
While there’s a definite time and place for meticulously designed concepts, just as many of life’s moments call for the no-pretense dive (ahem, ). 🍻 Here are the best dives in NYC, according to industry experts:
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 12
This Halekulani tiki cocktail drinks like a punchier Whiskey Sour, with additional layers of fruit and spices to add a dash of beach-resort flavor.🍍🍹 Get the recipe: 📸 Noah Feck Reprinted from Tiki: Modern Tropical Cocktails, Rizzoli, 2019
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 11
Our 2019 Drinks Issue drops today + 's Bloody Mary is the cover star! The Prospect Heights restaurant is a case study in how a cocktail program can be used to help reduce a restaurant’s food waste. Read the full story in print or right here:
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 11
The Garden wants your support to stop two proposed skyscrapers next door, which “will have a lasting negative impact” on their conservatories, greenhouses and nurseries. Read the full story on :
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 7
Our 2019 Drinks Issue drops this Monday 3/11! 🥂 Meet the cover star: ’s Bloody Mary, a drink that represents how the restaurant’s ambitious bar program repurposes odds and ends from the kitchen in cocktails to operate more sustainably.
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Edible Brooklyn Mar 7
Four of the best female chefs in the world are collaborating on a whimsical Experimental Gastronomy dinner party in Bushwick to benefit ’s Women’s Leadership Programs.
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Ariel Lauren Wilson Mar 7
Looking for Norwuz pitches for + —send them my way! submissions@ediblemanhattan.com
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