Food + Drink

Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Too Many Cooks
The right tools and ingredients are essential in the kitchen. A great cookbook acts as a necessary guide for exploration, while a little personality in utensils make the experience altogether more enjoyable. And of course, with much of cooking and...
The NoMad Cookbook
Treat someone special to a Michelin-starred meal without ever visiting a restaurant, with Daniel Humm's The NoMad Cookbook. Inside, elegant photography and detailed recipes treat home cooks to the very dishes the acclaimed NYC-based chef dreams up...
Vermont Dark Maple Syrup
Skye Chalmers and Tina Hartell—the duo behind Bobo’s Mountain Sugar—refuse to cut corners when it comes to their Vermont Dark Maple Syrup. Each spring, they harvest sap from roughly 2,500 trees, boiling down 55 gallons to produce just one gallon of...
La Cambuse du Saunier in Gruissan, France
Le Salin de l'île Saint-Martin is a special place in the town of Gruissan where even locals indulge in snapping a few photos. Located by the Mediterranean coast, the tremendous salt evaporation ponds (over 400 hectares) host the production of la fleur...
Douglas Riboud + Justin Guilbert
The idea seems simple enough: make great coconut water. The kind that tastes like it would if you cut one down and opened it up yourself. But as Douglas Riboud and Justin Guilbert discovered when they founded Harmless Harvest in 2009, sometimes simple...
Pairing Food and Music with
Centuries of study have been dedicated to pairing food and wine, but music has long been an important part of the cooking process, as well as the dining environment. The passionate, music-loving app developers at Artisan Council recognized the...
Helmed by Danish gypsy brewer Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø (who owns Evil Twin Brewery and whose twin brother runs Copenhagen's Mikkeller Brewing), Tørst opened in Greenpoint in March 2013 and has been gaining traction for its highly curious selection of specialty...
Mezcal is often overshadowed by its agave sibling, tequila—but not at Mayahuel. This East Village first opened its unobtrusive, speakeasy-esque doors in 2009 and their selection of over 40 different mescals (and even more tequilas)to sip neat or in...