Yesterday marked the official publication date of the Edible Brooklyn cookbook, a project our sister publication started nearly a year ago to the day. It’s a beautiful book of more than 100 recipes and stories from local readers, cooks, farmers, gardeners, picklers, brewers, egg cream makers and other food producers from the borough of Kings. You can order a copy in all the normal places–Barnes & Noble.com, Amazon, etc.– but seeing as we’re Edible Manhattan, we’d be remiss not to tell you to track it down in a local bookshop, or even at a local Greenmarket, where we’ll be selling and signing copies throughout the rest of the month. Today we’ll be Union Square in Manhattan for lunch (11 a.m. to 1 p.m.) and then on the next three weekends we’ll be selling them in Brooklyn: Saturday the 8th at Grand Army Plaza in Park Slope, Saturday the 15th in Greenpoint, and Saturday the 22nd in Fort Greene.
Score a Signed Copy of the Edible Brooklyn Cookbook Today in Union Square Greenmarket from 11 am to 1 pm
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