Sunny-side down indeed.
A new book's authors make the case for multinational food corporations.
An epic 90-minute sit-down with Dan Barber (in a yarmulke?).
But what does "local" mean to the country's largest grocer?
"I've just got these birds that are, like, live. Do you want them?"
Says the molecular gastronomist: "My food comes from a farm and I serve it on a table."
'Nightline' visits Bell Book & Candle, coming to the West Village.
And just how hands-on can a chef get with a farmer's crops?
Plus, a $10.95 brunch with $1 pitchers?
Food Emporium and FreshDirect are courting locavores.
Plus: ban on beekeeping could go, a Sneaky Chef sues Jerry Seinfeld, and more in our morning news roundup.
Plus: year-round locavores and irate Dutch dairy farmers, all in our morning news roundup.
The latest in hyperlocal eats.
Farmers Diner, a ten-year-old locavore "family-dining restaurant," is coming to New York.
Scott M. Stringer asks his e-mail list to sign an NYC Food Pledge and Charter.
Plus, a locavore festival and a pizza-and-beer pairing, in our roundup of upcoming food events.