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Bite Size Kitchen Oct 30it’s a beautiful day for a pie
Bite Size Kitchen Oct 29Holy Snow Balls!
Bite Size Kitchen Oct 21So much pork belly!
Bite Size Kitchen Oct 09making short ribs and pork sliders and braised pork belly, meat meat meat
Bite Size Kitchen Oct 09SOOO Hungry! What’s for brunch folks?
Bite Size Kitchen Oct 08Thanks to Ben! A helpful stander-byer who saw that I was in the weeds and came to the rescue! Yea!
Bite Size Kitchen Oct 07Fall is here. Let’s all Cheer!
Bite Size Kitchen Sep 26Grilled Smelts are so tasty!
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By Rebecca Lando, Writer/Producer/Editor of Working Class Foodies I generally start thinking about Thanksgiving in early September. Unfortunately, ‘thinking about’ isn’t the same as ‘preparing for,’ so every year, I find myself ...
By Rachel Graville, Owner, Iris Cafe Photo from PorkChopExpress A Thanksgiving Snack Before Thanksgiving dinner, I like to have things guests can nibble on. Nothing too filling, of course, but, if they’re like ...
By Ted Jackson, Chef/Owner of Ted & Honey Cafe in Cobble Hill For any chef, Thanksgiving is a great time to show off some skills and create lasting memories. I grew up with the ...
In the weeks before Thanksgiving, the myriad methods for prepping and roasting the holiday turkey are a common topic of friendly debate in kitchens, offices and bars throughout Brooklyn. Some of us stick with family ...
Photo from arazorashinyknife.com By Cathy Erway, Brooklyn food writer and author of The Art of Eating In Each Thanksgiving, vegetarians are faced with the turkey conundrum. What kind of massive, vegetarian entree can possibly ...
Photo from NY Barfly By Saul Bolton, Chef/Owner, Saul and The Vanderbilt My family begins Thanksgiving by running the Turkey Trot in Prospect Park. This is a tradition that began over 12 years ago. ...
Photo from TheEatenPath By Allison Robicelli, co-owner, Robicelli’s Cupcakes Matt and I have very different childhood memories of Thanksgiving. My family is Italian-American from Dyker Heights, so turkey played second fiddle to my ...
Pho to from Greenpoint News By Amy Marks, Co-Owner, Radish I think homemade apple sauce makes a great addition to a Thanksgiving meal. We use Northern Spy and Gala Apples for our sauce (both from ...
Photo from Restaurant Girl By Emily Elsen, Co-Owner and Pie Baker at Four & Twenty Blackbirds Pie is definitely my favorite Thanksgiving dessert – the holiday is practically synonymous with pie to me, so I...
Photo from NY Daily News (Rosier/News) By Chris Remy, Manager of Stinky Bklyn Appalachian is a perfect Thanksgiving cheese. It’s a cow milk variety from the folks at Meadow Creek Dairy in Southwestern ...
By Matthew Tilden, owner/baker, SCRATCHbread Thanksgiving, the best holiday of the year in my opinion…Certainly the most gluttonous. But mostly it’s about substance, not some artificial BS, or pretty pink flower. You ...