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Producer Spotlight: Brooklyn Cured

When we first met Scott Bridi, we were immediately drawn to his contagious laugh. He’s got a lively personality with kind eyes and just loves to laugh. Bridi is the owner of Brooklyn Cured, a small batch Brooklyn based charcuterie

The Good Festival: Music + Food Celebration

We will be celebrating our 4 year anniversary with The Good Festival, an annual party celebrating good music and local food initiatives with cooking demonstrations and workshops between bands’ sets. Learn cooking techniques, make new friends, and dance til you

Call For Mandatory GMO Food Labels

A genetically modified organism, or GMO, has been altered by scientists to produce a desirable trait, most commonly used to withstand herbicides. Studies have shown that GMOs are connected with serious environmental damage and potential health problems; the liver and kidney are mostly

Farmer Spotlight: Ronnybrook Dairy

For three years now, we’ve carried Ronnybrook Dairy milk in our milk share, and it’s easy to see why: they’re dedicated to generations-old farming traditions that they themselves call “hopelessly out of date.” Ronnybrook Dairy was started in Ancramdale, NY

The Good Festival

Come celebrate our 3 year anniversary and help us raise funds for CSA in the Classroom at The Good Festival! The Good Festival joins local bands with good food initiatives. This year’s headliner is The Suzan, a pop rock band

Valkeryie Supper Club – April 1st, 2014

Local Roots NYC is teaming up with Chef Kei Ohdera to present a beautiful, farm sourced multi-course dinner. Proceeds will go towards supporting Local Roots NYC and the American Red Cross. On April 1st Chef Kei Ohdera will be serving

10 Favorite Recipes of 2013

We’re constantly looking for easy and delicious recipes to share with our CSA members to inspire them to cook with new ingredients or to bring creativity to an item that is all too familiar. Here’s a list of our top