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.
A ton of people got hooked up with the perfect knowledge share/summertime tune-up Thursday afternoon when Bike Yard guru Austin Horse, rolled up into the bike corral in front of Marlow & Sons. Bike Yard is mobile co-operative bike repair– they bring the tools and guidance, it’s collaborative. You need to check it out.
We loved hosting Prof. Amy Bentley and Laurel Greyson and the class of professors from around the country learning about Food Studies last week! Thank you for visiting!
How do you like to say “cheers”?
Afrikaans: Gesondheid Finnish: Kippis German: Prost Icelandic: Skál Japanese: Kanpai Portuguese: Saúde Spanish: Salud Romanian: Noroc
We’re bringing back our late Spring-Summer Monday night special– the Grand Aioli. It’s a large appetizer plate. Perfect to share, something for everyone to be excited about after their beach weekend. The ingredients change every week depending on what produce and fish are super fresh — vegetables battered and fried or salty and blanched, marinated or pickled little fish, all hanging around a big bowl of garlicky mayo.
We really had a lovely time at the Food Book Fair and Foodieodicals this year.We just stumbled upon these photos by Liz Clayman who captured the day in its entirety. A big thank you to Elizabeth and all who helped create, participated and attended.