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COOK SPACE FRIDAY FEELS | Labor Daydream

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S U M M E R    S E N D - O F F

August, with it’s steamy subways and delightfully unpredictable flash floods, has come to a close. And though Labor Day marks, for some, the end of summer Fridays, white trousers (a rule we firmly reject) and calendars chock full of patio potlucks, we’re not entirely mad at it. With a slew of new, exciting openings across the city, and an Autumn lineup of classes we can’t wait to tuck into, we’ve got full on Fall fever.

 

That said, we’re maximizing these last few moments of sanctioned summer lethargy, unwinding, unplugging and, quite likely, undressing entirely until Tuesday. 

 

Happy Labor Day to All! 

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WHERE WE’LL BE BASQUE-ING NEXT WEEKEND

At author Marti Buckley’s Happy Hour at Archestratus Books + Food in celebration of his upcoming book “Basque Country: A Culinary Journey Through a Food Lover’s Paradise”

 

THE AL FRESCO FALL WORTH QUEUING FOR

The end of Summer marks the return of Mad Square Eats, bringing the flavors of the city together for a Flatiron feast.

 

WHERE WE’RE GETTING OUR CULTURE AND OUR COMFORT FOOD FIX

At the Babycastles gallery, where artist Jenn de La Vega will put on her comfort food exhibition, MASARAP (Tagalog for “delicious)

 

THE BOOK WE’RE BRINGING BEACHSIDE

“Educated”, Tara Westover’s beautiful memoir that investigates the privilege and importance of curiosity.

 

HOW WE’LL FUEL OURSELVES THIS FALL

With the welcome return of the coffee festival this October
 

A MAVERICK TO REMEMBER

The nation paid its respects this past week to Senator John McCain, whose perpetual pursuit of an end to bipartisan politics was always executed with dignity.

 

THE SAN FRAN SPACE FOR FEMALES TO FIGHT WITH THEIR FORKS

The Ruby is a women’s only co-working environment in the Bay Area, seeking to expand the world views and connectivity of its members through weekly gatherings focussed around food created by local chefs an entrepreneurs.

 

A STANCE WE’RE CELEBRATING

One woman’s journey to rejecting patriarchy in the kitchen

 

ALL’S QUIET ON THE KITCHEN FRONT

How one woman grew to appreciate her family’s silent suppers uncharacteristic of the stereotypical boisterousness of immigrant celebrations depicted in the media.

 

A LINE-UP WORTH THE WAIT

The roster at this November’s upcoming Food Loves Tech exposition is pretty sensational, featuring speakers from Stone Barns, Hello Fresh and Sam Kass (former White House Chef and senior policy advisor) but to name a few.

 

THE ARGUMENT WORTH ANALYZING 

The incredible Roxane Gay argues against perpetrators defining the parameters of their own punishment.

 

OUR MANCRUSH OF THE WEEK

The limitlessly talented Riz Ahmed, on his journey to expand cultural categories without destroying them entirely.

 

FINDING WORTH IN THE WEEDS

How chefs and florists are putting “unwanted” ingredients such as nettles, dandelions and knotweed, centerstage.

 

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