We’re excited to tell you about a “tote that gives back.” Food52 and NY based handbag designer, MZ Wallace have collaborated to design a sleek & durable Farmers Market tote bag. Made of Bedford Nylon with leather handles and detailing, the tote can hold up to 70 lbs. For every bag sold ($365), $50 will go straight to the Edible Schoolyard Project, an organization bringing edible education programs and hands-on gardening experience to schoolchildren K-12. You can pre-order today and receive your tote in November – a perfect holiday gift for anyone or yourself.
We visited Brooklyn based artists Marley Freeman and Ted McGrath in their Greenpoint studios this week. Though vastly different in style and energy, we were completely inspired by both. One word that came to mind again and again: satisfying. You will find their work in Diner Journal Issue 28: The Music Issue! Thanks a lot Marley and Ted!
Here, Marley hides behind a canvas that is “just off square”
And Ted stands on his splattered floor to hang a painting
Professor Greyson returned with her awesome summer session NYU Urban Agriculture class. They toured Daughters, Marlow & Sons, and Diner, learning about how we do what we do and asking great questions. It was an inspiring day for everyone!
Here is Christian describing the je ne sais quoi of grass fed and finished beef.