Highlights from CiderFeast NYC
Thanks to all of our guests, whose enthusiasm for craft beer and smash burgers made this summer night one to remember! The event celebrated local grains and malts, bringing together brewers, maltsters, and bread-makers. The collaboration between Food Karma, Slow Grains NYC and Grow NYC Grains made the 9th annual NYC Brewer’s Choice an exciting feature of July Good Beer Month.
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Join Food Karma Projects on September 7, 2019 for the 10th annual Pig Island NYC. More than 20 chefs will come together on the Red Hook, Brooklyn Waterfront to compete for the best pork creations. The mission of this event has always been to connect NYC chefs with small sustainable farms including Flying Pigs Farm in Washington County, NY. There will also be beer, hard cider, spirits, and other food offerings – all-included with a general admissions ticket! Buy tickets here!
Saturday, January 26th , 2019, from 1 -4p.m., pop up location in Brooklyn, at Biba of williamsburg . Larger venue, more food, all inclusive, plus craft beer, cider, wine, spirits. Full Details and ticket info
This French dish is so delicious, it has its own festival.
NY Post Article
“Cassoulet, to quote Julia Child, may be everyday fare for a peasant, but it’s “ambrosia for a gastronome.” And in midwinter, there’s very little that’s as satisfying, as comforting or as warming as this French bean stew, slow-cooked with lots of fat and hunks of meat and a carrot or two.” -NY Post
The New Yorker
(article in French)