Thoughts on local gin, new books, food waste startups and restaurant shenanigans are only a few of the topics that our editorial staff is reading about this week.
What are the origins of some of our modern culinary taboos? What are the hidden benefits of food stamps? How are some Native Americans attempting to decolonize their modern diets? Our editors explore the answers to these questions and more in this week’s “What We’re Reading” roundup.
Marine Meadows, the Cornell Cooperative Extension o f Suffolk County eelgrass restoration group, is holding its second annual Save our Seagrass benefit on Saturday November 9 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the South Fork Natural History Museum.
From 40-year-old Italian family restaurant pop-ups to perennial polyculture, here’s what caught our editors’ eyes this past week.
Why New York’s junior senator could be the best hope for our nation’s broken food policy.
I’ve been thumbing through the short, final chapters of Joan Gussow’s most recent book, Growing, Older. They’re humorous even if the themes include dying, lifelong…