Tickets to the next week’s Edible Escape–our killer travel bash on Wednesday, October 17, where attendees feast on food and drink from dozens of destinations–are going fast!
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At Edible Escape, our travel tasting party on October 17th, one lucky person will win a coffee brewing class from Toby’s Estate Coffee. Plus, when you’re not stuffing yourself with lobster pierogies or pork belly sliders, you’ll get to try Toby’s top-notch espresso, macchiato and filter coffees, including Yara Estate from Kenya and Las Corinas from Honduras.
Until 6 pm today, take 50% off tickets to Edible Escape–our second annual travel tasting party next month where we’ve lined up an exotic menu featuring flavors from around the globe. Travel the world with us as we sample flavors near and far–everything from Ukrainian lobster pierogies and Spanish poached pig cheeks to Long Island wine.
Get ready to tour the world with your fork at Edible Escape, our second annual travel tasting party next month. We’ve lined up an exotic menu featuring flavors from around the globe, as far as Japan and as near as Long Island.
At Edible Escape–our travel tasting party next month–we plan to wow your tastebuds with some worldly flavors. We’ve got a killer lineup, including food from Ukraine, olive oil from Spain, wines from Portugal, high-class Italian fare and so much more. But as much as we love to travel the world with our forks at the ready, we don’t want to overlook the bounty of flavor here at home.
Not many folks get to watch a butter churning demonstration blocks from the Bedford Avenue L train, but you can when you come to How to Milk It, the latest installment in our How-To series at Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Brewery. Anne Saxelby of Saxelby Cheese and Chef Fromager Tia Keenan will also be on hand for cheesy discussions. It’s How to Milk It on Wednesday, October 26th at the Brooklyn Brewery.
Edible Escape, our travel-themed tasting event in celebration of our inaugural travel issue, is fast approaching like a high speed Euro-train. It takes place October 19th at the stunning Angel Orensanz Center, which itself is like an escape to another time and place. At $40, tickets are a lot cheaper than a flight around the world, and we can guarantee the food will be better, plus we’re giving away Bodum coffee presses and Bodum ceramic knives.
Edible Manhattan is by definition a hyper-local publication. But at heart we’re international food lovers, fans of Caribbean turtle stews and Spanish boquerones. Hence our first-ever travel issue and our first-ever travel party on the LES: Edible Escape on October 19 is your ride to culinary destinations near and far.