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COOK SPACE FRIDAY FEELS | Wading Through Winter

Michelle Mannix

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A   N E W   M O N T H  |   A  N E W   B E G I N N I N G
 

As the first month of the year comes to a close, we’re already nursing some serious emotional whiplash - what with the now seemingly standard daily slew of racial epithets from our commander in chief, to more than a few heartbreaking farewells both in food and media, January’s given us more than a few reasons to hibernate with a stockpile of Nutella. The kitchen counter has always been a safe space for us, a space to gather, create and connect. We’re prioritizing our relationships this coming February, peppering our weeks with courses such as Foods of Love and Donut Making Workshops (because what says “You complete me” better than a glazed old fashioned?)

 

And though we may not literally wandering the world over the next few months, we’ll be taking a page out of the miraculous Mark Bittman’s book, aiming to eschew the pestilent xenophobia seeping into our daily vernacular with a month chock full of classes celebrating flavors from around the globe - from Regional Vietnamese, to Israeli Cuisine, we have a myriad of foreign feasts to please any palate.

 

So here’s to a new month, one full of great food, even better company and to saying f*#k it to some of the more unnecessary New Year’s resolutions we’re all guilty of chaining ourselves to.

 

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HOW WE’RE COMMUNICATING

With our heads up, and our phones down

 

HOW WE’RE FINDING HAPPINESS IN THE HUSTLE

With Ikagai, the ancient Japanese concept to enhance one’s sense of life / work balance

 

WHO WE’RE LISTENING TO

The over 160 women telling their stories of abuse at the hands of Dr. Lawrence G. Nassar

 

WHAT WE’RE CRAVING

Phat Ka-Phrao, or garlicky beef stir fry with holy basil from Bangkok, in anticipation of our upcoming Thai Cuisine class

 

WHAT WE CAN’T WAIT FOR

The release of newly Oscar nominated short film “Knife Skills”, a documentary about reentry, second chances, and the healing power of good food.

 

WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

Phantom Thread” (which has some sneaky delicious morsels peppered throughout

 

HOW WE’RE BRUNCHING

At our favorite, newly re-opened Great NY Noodletown or over fried chicken and waffles, one of the ultimate culinary couplings, at our neighborhood joint Woodland (join us for our Southern Brunch class to learn how to make this at home!)

 

WHAT WE’RE FINALLY PAYING ATTENTION TO

America’s undeniable poverty problem 

 

WHO WE’RE CONGRATULATING

Senator Tammy Duckworth, who will become the first sitting Senator in US history to give birth this Spring (throwing our hat in the ring for your power player baby shower)

 

WHAT HAS US OOHING + AAHING

The recent confluence of design and deliciousness in pastry 




T H E    C O O K    S P A C E    C R E W
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