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Edible Manhattan

  1. Other Magazines
    Edible Media Gets SupersizedAs an added bonus, more digital content means less to compost.
  2. Leftovers
    Short Stack Book-Binding Parties; Edible Manhattan’s Good BeerPlus: a new app that lets you share leftovers with strangers, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  3. Leftovers
    606 R&D to Serve Obama’s Inaugural Meal; Pork Slope Holds a Wing-EatingPlus: a new food stand will lots of mac and cheese at the Barclays Center, stately dinners, and more in today’s leftovers.
  4. The Other Magazines
    Roni-Sue Kave, LaFrieda Meats Get Edible TreatmentThe new issue of ‘Edible Manhattan’ hits the virtual shelves.
  5. Other Magazines
    More on the Coffee CrazeInside the latest issue of ‘Edible Manhattan.’
  6. Bookshelf
    Edible ManhattanInside the latest issue.
  7. Throwbacks
    ‘Edible Manhattan’ Haunted by Ghosts of New York Restaurants PastRegina Schrambling dusts off a copy of ‘Adventures in Good Eating’ (the ‘Zagat’ of its day) and is startled by how different the New York dining scene was 50 years ago.
  8. Husbandry
    When Vegetable Meats Animal: A Love StoryFoodie wedding: Gabrielle Langholtz and Craig Haney.
  9. Food Journalism
    ‘Swallow’ Promises to Be ‘a Little Dirtier’ Than OtherThe premiere issue succeeds in making us crave foods we never knew existed.
  10. Freeloading
    ‘Edible Manhattan’ Feast Now (Somewhat) Open to the Public$10 gets you freebies from Russ & Daughters, Murray’s Cheese, Doughnut Plant, and local vineyards. Plus, oysters and Manhattans!
  11. Good Reads
    The Premiere Issue of ‘Edible Manhattan,’ Page by Page‘Edible Brooklyn’’s Gotham counterpart covers everything from locally foraged ginkgo nuts to urban beekeeping to the joys of NYC tap.
  12. NewsFeed
    Food Magazines You Should Be ReadingThe age of the ‘zine is not over yet, at least not in the world of food and dining.
  13. NewsFeed
    Coming Soon: ‘Edible Manhattan’We’ve been longtime fans of Edible Brooklyn, a very cool magazine we wrote about a while ago. Edible Brooklyn doesn’t publish restaurant news as much as articles and essays about the life of the borough’s food culture, written by the people who love it. And now Manhattan will get the same treatment in Edible Manhattan, which will come out bi-monthly starting in the fall and is already accepting subscribers.