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An Edible Guide to New York

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As you may noticed, I like food, a lot. I like reading about it, writing about it, looking at pretty pictures of it, and of course eating it.  So when I found a FREE monthly magazine that covers all these things, I cried a little into my bowl of chili. Edible Magazine is published all over the country, and more specifically, Manhattan, Brooklyn, and now Queens.

Unlike most food publications, Edible is not so much about recipes and restaurant reviews, they dig deep in New York City’s culinary history interviewing old butchers to green market start-ups. I’ve learned more about hot dogs then I ever thought possible.  And don’t forget about the booze. There’s features on homemade whiskey to cavernous wine vaults under the city.  All of their features are accompanied by beautiful and mouthwatering photography.

Courtesy of Edible

Courtesy of Edible

In addition to highlighting New York’s finest food offerings, Edible also plays host to a number of events throughout the year. On September 26, they’ll be celebrating their one-year anniversary with a harvest party at South Street Seaport. Food vendors include Brooklyn favorite, Russ & Daughters, Murray’s Cheese,  Doughnut Plant, Stumptown Coffee and whole range New York all stars. Check out their website to see where you can score a copy of your own because I’ll be hoarding mine.

Edible Harvest Party
Sat, September 26th, 4pm '“ 8pm
South Street Seaport
South St & Front St
B/T Beekman & Fulton

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Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe

Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe

Laura S, left the "sixth borough" three years ago to settle in Brooklyn. After working at some daily rags, she now does writing on the side but still eats more Ramen then necessary. When she's not moving residences every 6 months, eating her way through every neighborhood, and trying every microbrew known to man, she is unsuccessfully rediscovering home economics. With her binging days behind her, she's now exploring new projects and rediscovering the city that she loves (although is still prone to sliding on her knees during a Prince karaoke set).