From Soil to City

What Is Killing the CSA?

In the past five years, we’ve had a revolution in the way we eat. There are more ways to buy food than ever before, all catered to our varying lifestyle and dietary needs. But as our food system changes each

Winter Seasonality

Winter 2017 CSA Schedule

See our calendar below to know what weeks you’ll receive your order.  

Meet Sfoglini, They Make Really Good Pasta

You’ve probably seen bags of Sfogilini pastas at your Local Roots NYC CSA pick up site or maybe you’ve got a pasta share yourself! A few months ago our director Wen-Jay chatted with Scott Ketchum on her weekly live radio

Pickle Party: Pickling Seasonal Vegetables

Over here at Local Roots NYC, we had a great time this Monday at our pickling party with Brooklyn Brine. As we gathered for an evening of fermentation basics, Brooklyn Brine owner Shamus Jones talked a bit about his background,

Irving Farm Coffee Roasters: The Inside Scoop On Our New Locations

Irving Farm is a roaster of specialty coffees with cafes located all over New York City! We love their commitment to transparency, sustainability, and maintaining direct relationships with farmers. The coffee is great and the people are even better which is

An Evening In The Kitchen – Cooking Club 2: Thanksgiving Feast

On a quiet fall evening, a wonderful group of food lovers gathered together for the second Local Roots NYC Cooking Club. With Thanksgiving in sight, a few favorite Thanksgiving recipes were unearthed and ingredients were gathered from Local Roots NYC


As the weather continues to grow colder and our radiators begin to clank on, we look forward to cozy nights under the blanket with a root vegetable stew simmering on the stove. Winter orders are open on our website! You


With Thanksgiving on the horizon, the newsletter this week features a refresher of how to roast a turkey plus… -Cook with a cocktail in your hand at our cooking club – ticket sales end tonight! -A little Thanksgiving food history. -Some kale

Pickling Party with Brooklyn Brine!

Our relatives of the past would preserve produce in order to get through the colder months, when fresh produce was scarce as many of the fields would lay dormant in the frost.  In a celebration of our history and local food,