Russ & Daughters slices up approximately 100,000 fillets of pickled herring a year. Try them with a mustard and dill sauce. Find the recipe here.
Test out Brooklyn Brine's pickle recipes and tips for home pickling.
Bob McClure of McClure's Pickles gives tips on how to make pickles at home and talks about the wildest thing he's ever packed in brine.
In New York, cabbage is at the end of its harvest this year. And it makes for good 'slaw in B-burg.
Hannah Geller of Fishkill Farms explains how to choose the best head of broccoli and talks about this year's crop.
Jack Algiere, the farm manager at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, talks about the trials and tribulations of growing cauliflower upstate.
Early December marks the last outdoor turnip harvest of the year. Chef Amy Chaplin from Angelica Kitchen talks about the root vegetable and shares her favorite recipe for turnip paté.
Radishes, which get sweeter as the weather grows colder, are a great winter crop. Morse Pitts of Windfall Farms has tips for growing, storing, and eating watermelon radishes--and tells you why they go great with salsa
Last Chance Food is well into the root vegetables of fall. This week, WNYC's Amy Eddings speaks with Dr. Pamela Yee of Hook Mountain Growers about the nutritional benefits of beets.
November's the time for squirreling away winter squash. Varieties like butternut, acorn and Hubbard practically store themselves—the tough outer skin serves as an effective natural plastic wrap, keeping the squash fresh.
Last Chance Foods spotlights celery root, traditional celery’s favored cousin. Amy Eddings talks to Ron Binaghi III of Stokes Farm about growing celery root and the growing demand for it.
Halloween weekend’s pumpkins and parades signal the end of apple picking in the New York area.
As the seasons change, so does the fresh local produce. Last Chance Foods covers produce that’s about to go out of season, and gives you a heads up on what’s still fresh and local at the farmers market.