Showing posts with label pickles. Show all posts
Showing posts with label pickles. Show all posts

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Get Your Pickle On this afternoon

From the EV Grieve inbox...
The 4th Street Food Co-op and Biocitizen school of environmental philosophy invite you to learn how to pickle the old fashioned way and explore the wildest edge of the DIY culinary frontier!

Participate in these spine-tingling high-wire lacto-acidophilus fermentation demonstrations—and more: 1/2 Sour & Garlic pickles! Ginger carrot pickles! Kim Chi! Sour kraut! Sour beets! Gundru! You'll see — and be invited to experience — all the tools, ingredients and techniques so you can DIY!

Improve your health with home-made probiotics! Save money! Increase self-reliance! Just in time for fall harvest! Get your pickle on!

Today during the FAB! Fest, 1pm-5pm, in front of the 4th Street Food Co-op, 58 East 4th Street between Bowery and 2nd Ave.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Friday, September 12, 2008

In a pickle Sunday

After you've pickled your livers all weekend (sorry!), head to Orchard Street Sunday for the 8th Annual NYC International Pickle Day.

According to the NY Food Museum Web site:

Your favorite street festival lives on! This year we are expanding to two blocks, giving people lots of room, and heading toward event greater demonstrations, educational displays and community involvement. Bring your own costume, and prepare to pucker!

As always, Pickle Day will feature pickles from around the world, and around the corner. In addition to expanded selection of pickled fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, we want to hear from you, what you’re doing, and your relationship to the pickling industry. It’s your festival, after all… on Orchard St, between Broome and Grand, 11-4:30.

Oh, whatever you do, don't invite Mariah!

Photo: In front of Gus's Pickles in 1990 by Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos