September, we hardly knew ye. Though it blew by like a tornado, this past month has still managed to pack in the requisite heinous yet, sadly, wholly unsurprising exhibitions of political scandal and injustice, a trend which shows no sign of fading any time soon. We're hoping the advent of a new month will breathe new life into our collective capacity for bridging boundaries, and inspire new, creative means of community activism. We’re counting on it.
So here's to the future, and the upcoming holiday season, a favorite of ours here at Cook Space. For us, providing a space for connection, community and fabulous food, for the private celebrations of families, friends and colleagues, is the ultimate privilege. For those looking to host a gathering at our gorgeous skylit studio, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE PEACE IN THE PLANTING
WHAT WE’RE MISSING
THE INCREDIBLE, EDIBLE EGG
THE CONVERSATION WE’RE CHAMPIONING
WHAT’S COOKING IN OUR KITCHEN
THE WOMAN WE’RE CRUSHING ON
Natasha Rothwell, perhaps the greatest part of an already phenomenal show, Insecure
THE FOOD FIGHT WE CAN GET BEHIND
In a world full of fake news, “Italians Mad at Food” may be the one and only Twitter account worth following
WHAT’S NEXT IN OUR NETFLIX QUEUE
“Quincy” the documentary detailing the life of one of music’s greatest trailblazers, as told by his daughter, Rashida Jones.
WHERE WE’RE CONVENING FOR OUR CLIMATE
THE CHEESE OF OUR CHILDHOOD WE’RE CURRENTLY CRAVING
THE DISHES WORTH DIVING DEEP FOR
WHERE WE'RE PARTYING TO END POVERTY
This year’s Global Citizens Festival, dedicated to ending extreme poverty, honors the legacy of Nelson Mandela with performances from Janet Jackson, Janelle Monae and John Legend.
T H E C O O K S P A C E C R E W