There has been something unusual growing in the wreckage of Superstorm Sandy, it’s something edible that nobody planted.
The event is called Tomato Battle and has been billed as “Beer. Bands. Tomato Fight.” It’s a six-hour festival of drinking and dancing capped off by a chance to hurl 40,000 pounds of tomatoes at 5,000 of your closest friends.
A wet June has ruined the tomato crops and caused financial peril for growers in parts of New Jersey, thanks to a disease called “late blight.”
June is the peak season for strawberries on Easter Long Island, but farmers said that this month has been more like November.
Try this spicy side dish chock full of fresh vegetables and you won’t be disappointed.
After seeing how easy it is to make Tony’s sauce, you’ll never buy a jar again!
Brooklyn Grange is a 40,000 square foot rooftop farm in Long Island City, whrere they grow things like the white icicle radish.
After a successful test run, the city is going ahead and bringing in a farmers’ market every Thursday from now until October 27.
When the weather gets hot and hazy, for some people, food just isn’t appealing. But experts say there are foods that can help you deal with the hot weather.
Stories From Main Street: Sprout Creek Farm Teaches Students Important Lessons Outside Of The Classroom
Just outside Poughkeepsie, Sprout Creek Farm is a unique place – an outdoor classroom full of kids.
It’s harvest time in New York City.
How would you like to fight heart disease or lower your risk of cancer? The key to doing so might be on your dinner plate.
Hungry crowds will consume more than 250,000 burgers and hot dogs, 27,000 pounds of tomatoes, and four and a half tons of crab and lobster over the next 2 weeks at the U.S. Open.