Joy Y. Wang appears in the following:
Friday, September 09, 2011
Red Jacket Orchard farmer Mike Biltonen talks about donut peaches and blogger Cathy Erway shares her recipe for Donut Peach Donuts.
Friday, August 26, 2011
Mirabelle plums may be a popular fruit in the Lorraine region of France, but the fruit is rare in the New York area. Baker Kate Weiner shares her secret for where to find one of the only Mirabelle plum trees in the area.
Friday, August 19, 2011
Hardneck garlic available now at farmers markets is a world apart—and far more delicious—than typical grocery store garlic, according to Edible Manhattan editor Gabrielle Langholtz. Learn more and try a recipe for peach salsa with tomatoes, basil and garlic.
Friday, August 12, 2011
Cilantro is the herb even Julia Child vowed to hate. For those who like the taste, cilantro adds a fresh zing to summer foods. Chef Vikas Khanna talks about its uses in South Asian cuisine and offers his recipe for Cilantro Chutney.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Dîner en Blanc, New York's first White Dinner, will take place on Thursday, rain or shine, in an as-of-yet undisclosed public location. The event joins a growing roster of supper clubs and impromptu culinary events in the city.
Friday, August 05, 2011
Figs trees can be found in backyards from the South all the way up to New York. Cookbook author Ted Lee talks about ways to use the fruit, which are now in season, and shares his recipe for Fig Preserves.
Friday, July 29, 2011
Wineberries are nearly out of season. So start foraging now for this wild raspberry relative. New York Times writer Ava Chin explains where to look and shares her Wineberry Vinaigrette recipe.
Friday, July 22, 2011
In the years since farmer Greg Quinn helped overturn the law banning black currant cultivation in New York, the fruit has grown in popularity. Learn more about the health benefits of black currants and get Quinn's recipe for jam here.
Friday, July 08, 2011
Some have said that the durian, a tropical spiky fruit in season through July, smells like a gym full of old socks or an unearthed cadaver. But others have sung its praises for its delicious, custard-y, flavorful flesh. All Things Considered Host Amy Eddings spoke with Francis Lam, the features editor for the web site Gilt Taste, about the reasons to love and hate the durian.
Friday, July 01, 2011
There’s good news and bad news coming from Alaska and it doesn’t have anything to do with politics. The good news is wild salmon are currently at their plumpest and tastiest. The bad news? The headwaters of the largest salmon run in North America are under threat of possible industrialization.
Friday, June 24, 2011
Artichokes in season now. New York Times writer Melissa Clark shares her tips on how to prepare artichokes and emerge unscathed.
Friday, June 17, 2011
Dr. Pamela Yee explains how sorrel, a leafy green perennial, benefits both your health and the environment. Try her recipe for Potato, Leek and Sorrel soup.
Friday, June 10, 2011
Calendula and anise hyssop are two flowering herbs that are useful in the kitchen and beyond. Queens County Farm Museum agricultural director Kennon Kay shares her instructions for making skin-soothing calendula salve.
Friday, June 03, 2011
Whether you prefer filet mignon, miso-glazed salmon or an old-fashioned hot dog, the city's summer concert venues and intrepid caterers offer a wealth of park-ready gourmet meals. And the picnic provisions vary as much as the music itself.
Friday, June 03, 2011
Chef Michael Cressotti of The Mermaid Inn talks about the ins and outs of preparing live soft-shell crab. Try his recipe for Crispy Maryland Soft-Shell Crab here.
Friday, May 27, 2011
Pea shoots, the tender edible leaves and tendrils of pea plants, are in season now. Frank Meuschke talks about growing peas in his Fort Tildon, Queens, community garden. Try his recipe for Pasta, Wild Garlic, Woodsy Mushrooms, and Pea Greens here.
Friday, May 20, 2011
Atlanta native Drake Page started The D.P. Chutney Collective and talks about what distinguishes a Southern-style chutney from its South Asian counterpart. Try his recipe for Rhubarb and Apricot Chutney here.
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Smorgasburg, a new food market with ready-to-eat food and produce, debuted at the Brooklyn Flea last weekend. Check out our slideshow for a preview of what vendors are selling.
Thursday, May 05, 2011
Maria Ann Conelli, the executive director of the financially troubled American Folk Art Museum, announced that she will step down beginning in July.
Wednesday, May 04, 2011
Magazine editor Rachel Wharton explains the history and culinary uses of lovage, an herb related to celery. Also, try recipes for "Celery Soda" and "Prosecco and Wild Cherry" from Franny's restaurant in Brooklyn.