Edible Schoolyard NYC is an organization that partners with public schools to build gardens and kitchen classrooms to teach students about where their food comes from through hands-on learning.
'Edible Schoolyard' on Serious Eats
I am a huge fan of both Franny's chef-owner Andrew Feinberg's low-key but well-executed cooking and the Edible Schoolyard, so when I saw that Feinberg was rustling up an impressive brunch spread for an Edible Schoolyard NYC benefit this Sunday from 12 noon to 3 p.m., I got really excited.
In preparation for a week's worth of wonderful recipes from Alice Waters' wonderful new book of cooking basics, In the Green Kitchen we sat down with her to chat about the Slow Food event that inspired the book, some of her favorite recipes that made it in there (pickles, roast chicken, poached eggs) and tips for greening your own kitchen.
[Photo of David Chang, Desperate ChefsWives of NYC ; Photo of Alice Waters, Wikimedia commons] On Sunday, February 7th, you may already have plans that involve, oh, a six-pack, nachos, and a wide-screen TV. But if you're more into...
Caitlin Flanagan's hatchet job in the usually thought-provoking and intelligent Atlantic Monthly on Alice Waters and her Edible Schoolyard project is so wrongheaded. How wrong? Let us count the ways.