Yes, catfish are one of the many fish species that can be found in New York City’s Central Park. While many people target bass and panfish there are a number of other fish one can catch and the yellow bullhead catfish is one of them.
One beekeeper told me the hive they were harvesting from would yield about 40 pounds of honey! And that is after leaving more than half of the honey in the hives for the bees to and continue to add to for their winter stores.
CTH’s offering of ANTIGONE is inspired by the Paul Roche adaptation which accomplishes a fidelity to the original while giving CTH the flexibility to showcase ancient ideas that have taken center stage in the current climate: order, law, justice and marginalized voices confronting power and patriarchy.
Announcing Panfish Pandemonium!!! On August 4th, 2018 there will be a panfishing tournament help in Prospect Park in Brooklyn. Registration starts at 1pm and the fishing competition runs from 2-6pm. Entry fee is $5 and all skill levels are welcome.
Domino Park, the former sugar factory has a new life as a stellar waterfront park that is perfect for individuals and families.
The park is located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and is close to D.U.M.B.O. So, what can you do in this park?
Every Spring, Wild Leeks, also called Ramps are available at farmers markets along the east coast. Pick up a few bunches.
Ramp Seed Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil is great. It has a sharpness and onion, garlic flavor that is perfect on chicken.
It’s possible to live in fast paced New York City but still have a taste of the slow life. Two ways to do this are gardening and baking. Both require time and patience but the rewards are worth the effort.
Making sourdough bread in my apartment has become a weekly Sunday activity. I currently have a 2 year old wild yeast starter and a recipe I am comfortable using.
One Sunday I wanted to slightly change the game plan and make french toast using my sourdough. But what sounded even better was a cinnamon raisin sourdough that I would then turn into french toast. Sounded like a winner…..and it was.
Every Monday evening, Lenox Coffee turns into the best open mic night in Harlem. The kick-off starts at 7:30 and ends when the locals feel like going home (sometimes past 11pm.)