Top 5 of the Week
Try the smoked haddock chowder for brunch at The Spotted Pig, a British gastropub run by April Bloomfield.
It has been reported that Denmark has the highest market share of organic products in the world, and after spending a few days there, I would completely agree.
This country is a must-visit destination for fans of organic, and Copenhagen is serving up some of the most exciting cooking anywhere.
Living on a farm in Italy taught me to worship fine coffee. There was nothing better than when my local cafe would serve espresso with a slither of lemon rind and a splash of Sambuca.
Any day with coffee is a good day. Yes, I’m one of those.
Many people are saying that the Catskills is the “new” Hamptons. So, I decided to take a look for myself. Here are some great things that I found.
I always appreciate it when very cool organic events are just down the road from my home in Brooklyn.
Should be fantastic, see you there!
Learn about your mushrooms at Whole Foods Market.
It is hot in New York City right now, so anything cooling and lighter wins the day.
Victory Garden in the West Village can definitely help with its unusual goat’s milk ice cream.
Welcome to First Bite and our very first post!
We are very excited to start sharing the things we love. In no particular order, here are five favorites.