It’s a typical evening in Dawn Casale’s backyard garden in Boerum Hill. Guests enjoy a warm summer evening over fresh herbs and seafood, and conversation that is just as delicious.
Luke cooks meals with lots of vegetables, but he’s particularly fond of kale.
At the 71st annual International African Arts Festival in Fort Greene Brooklyn, Helen Ast served organic vegetarian prepared meals. Over 75,000 people were in attendance throughout the four day festival.
Ajala Osagie takes a break from her busy practice as a resident physician to cook dinner.
Jennifer Brown prepares a meal combining Latin and Mediterranean flavors.
When a nomadic, Austrian permaculturist and health coach invites three strangers to dinner at her temporary home in Williamsburg, they bond over food and food for thought.
Rachel Lieff Axelbank has an appreciation for how time slows down while she’s cooking.
The Zuniga family and their friends are a symbol of Mexican American pride. On this summer Sunday, they’ve set up camp in Prospect Park to barbecue, laugh, and eat!
A convenience store in South Slope is the hub for a family dinner.