Looking Back At Issue Two of Edible Bronx

By Amanda Celestino | Last Updated September 11, 2017
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Edible Bronx Issue 2 cover, photo by Matt Furman

Edible Bronx is celebrating our one-year anniversary this month! To celebrate, we're looking back at our favorite articles from each of the six editions. This collection is from our second issue, November/December 2016, the theme was "Winter Traditions."

PMD Coquito

A new spin on a Puerto Rican holiday tradition

The Italian Connection

Transatlantic farm-to-table

The Bronx Graffiti Art Gallery

It’s 11:30 a.m. and Lady K-Fever is working on her latest commissioned piece. She kindly puts down the can to discuss graffiti—the good, the bad and the feminism.

Talking Latkes with Liebman’s

A hot-pink neon sign spelling out Liebman’s Kosher (in Hebrew) Delicatessen lures you into nostalgia. As you enter the quaint deli, walking...

The History Behind the Tradition

Families around the globe celebrate the holidays with food. Whether it’s going to a favorite restaurant or making a traditional meal, the...
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