S U M M E R L O V I N G . . .
We like to think that Pride Month should be a year round celebration, (much like Women’s Month or National Cookie Day) but as June slips away, we’re making the most of this dedicated Midsummer moment to celebrate the unequivocally fabulous in our midst. With a growing array of ways to celebrate queer culture and cuisine, we hope you round out this month devoted to love with a beautiful, neon bang.
As we blaze into July, we’re already looking ahead, with a few spots left in our Culinary Confidence Series and more upcoming August classes available to tickle your taste buds. (Stay tuned for an upcoming instagram announcement on our End of Summer Discount!)
Join us in the studio for your most delicious summer yet!
WHERE WE’RE PUTTING OUR FOOT DOWN
At this Saturday’s repeat march in protest of the horrific treatment of immigrant families being separated at the Southern U.S. border. Despite the massive political gulf in this country, there is at least one simple truth on which we can all agree. Families. Belong. Together.
WHAT WE’RE WATCHING
“Home” a cooking series on the intimacy and experiences created around the queer table.
THE WORDSMITH STILL MAKING US WEAK IN THE KNEES
Kendrick Lamar, poet laureate of hip hop.
THE DISTRICT NOW WORTH DINING IN
The often overlooked area around Broadway, long considered a bit of a good food desert. Who better to show us where to get our pre theater grub on than Hamilton star, (and fabulous chef in his own right), the sensational, Daniel Breaker.
A SPACE TO EXPAND OUR PERSPECTIVE
The “What of the World” residency from Vijay Ayer, who has assembled musicians and artists to explore the “affected archaeology” of systemic racism.
The whimsical creations of these artists, almost too beautiful to eat…almost.
WHERE WE’RE DONNING OUR DANCING SHOES
At this Saturday’s Full Moon Festival
THE COOKBOOK WE’RE COVETING
THE ARRIVAL WE CAN’T WAIT FOR
That of Mercado Little Spain, the all day destination for Spanish cuisine and culture coming to the Hudson Yards next Spring from the brilliant minds of José Andrés and Ferran and Albert Adrià.
T H E C O O K S P A C E C R E W