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Brooklyn kitchen

Soli Zardosht aims to widen the perspective of contemporary Iranian food while embracing the ancient recipes and culture.
They'll be advocating for "continuous cooking" philosophy, which means cooking in small batches throughout the week and focusing less on big project recipes.
With The Meat Hook gone, the gourmet grocer and educator is making some changes.
From bourbon and beer to cake and cheese, here's the 411 on cooking 101.
Drink wine, learn about baby food, and feast like an Australian this week.
Seek refuge from winter at one of the city's many indoor spots, from food markets to indoor gardens to a shuffleboard club in Brooklyn.
Eat oysters, make goat cheese, drink beer and craft sweets this week.
Don't hide your love of the Midwestern classic! Say it loud and proud at the 7th Annual Casserole Party cookoff at the Brooklyn Kitchen.
Because sometimes walking to the corner to buy a six-pack is just too easy, y'know?
A few months ago Red Hook beekeepers were surprised to find
Click on the images for all the details on the Insect Tasting
This week the world-renowned butcher (or at least borough-renowned) Tom Mylan opened
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