If you're looking for fun multimedia gifts (and treats!) to share with your nearest and dearest this holiday season, have we got some picks for YOU. At a variety of price points, available online, in kitchens or on bookshelves, here's a few of our newest favorite ways to spread the enviro-themed merry!
If there's a beverage demarking Fall, it's cider. Hard cider, sweet cider, warm cider in one hand with a fresh apple cider doughnut in the other, yum! Explore cider this season with the many recipes - and historical tidbits - the drink has to offer.
It's time to get your turkey for Thanksgiving. No kidding, heritage birds from sustainable farmers sell out fast. If you want to gather around taste-test winning meat this season, but don't know where to find it, check out these highlights of places in your region where you can find a sustainably raised bird!
Mother's Day is a fitting occasion for us to give props to some of our favorite environmental advocates: moms. They're shaping conversations about energy, Big Food, clean air and water and a host of other issues. Here are a few groups you can join no matter where you live.
This Earth Day, the Ecocentric team is celebrating by sharing our favorite eco-friendly tips and tricks! Whether you're an old hand at ninja energy efficiency tactics or setting up your first apartment, hopefully you'll find, as we did, that there's always more to pick up by way of sustainable living.
This Earth Day, the Ecocentric team is celebrating by sharing our favorite eco-friendly tips and tricks! Hopefully you'll find, as we did, that there are always more sustainable tips to pick up. Here, tips on growing your own food, solar power-ing your nest and making the most out of your glassware. (Post 2 of 2)
Why not upgrade your Super Bowl spread with some locally-grown, sustainably produced food this year? Step up your game with recipes from our Real Food Right Now series. Blindside your guests with tasty and healthy snacks! Clothesline anyone who tries to bring in fast food! Make sure no off-season veggies show up to play!
Taking the high road in labor practices is critical to the establishment of a truly sustainable food system. In honor of the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we celebrate ongoing progress and increasing momentum as food workers continue to organize for fair wages and better working conditions.
There's more to this week's Real Food than Nat King Cole. Did you know that they date back tens of thousands of years, or that the American chestnut was decimated by blight in the early 1900s? Also, learn the important DIY roasting step that'll keep them from exploding in your oven.
Whether you're an enthusiastic beginner or homemade candy pro, we bet that once your loved ones or colleagues get a taste of these gorgeous, delectable treats - awesome gifts, all - you'll be fielding requests for years to come. Happy Holidays!
Every year, the holidays present an overwhelming array of decisions, conundrums and opportunities for fun. Here are interesting dilemmas and situations many of us face as we embark on The Most Wonderful Time of the Year. And if nothing else, they're great conversation fodder!
What food heralds the holidays more than the cranberry, in all its rubine glory? But you should eat this all-American Thanksgiving-y treat year round! Cranberries are exceptionally nutritious, and you can whip up a sauce in about as much time as it takes to open a can.
Thanksgiving is the high-water mark for travel in the US. As we kickoff this year's festive season, here are some sustainable travel tips from the Ecocentric team to help you enjoy traveling to spend the holidays with your nearest and dearest.
In which Kim O'Donnel declares it patriotic to eat local, and prescribes menus for readers in different parts of the country, depending on what's in season right this minute. Happy Birthday, America!
Happy New Year! Did you cook up a pot of 'greens' to usher in fortune for 2013? Don't worry; there's still plenty of time to observe a time-honored culinary tradition to get the year off to an auspicious start.
2012 was a difficult year for many people, and ends on a particularly somber note following the recent shooting in Connecticut. Here in New York, many are still without power after Superstorm Sandy wrought such tremendous devastation on the Mid-Atlantic. Perhaps more than ever, we are eager, not only to bid adieu to the worst of 2012, but to set our intentions for a brighter 2013.