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COOK SPACE FRIDAY FEELS | Kitchen Comforts + Ghoulish Grub : October-ing at Cook Space

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The brisk NYC air had us craving our comforters on this morning's commute. But when we're not burrowing into our scarves to shield us from the chill (and, maybe, the news), we're seeking satisfaction at the stove, indulging in this season of slow and low cookingand feasting with family. Because though making a meal, particularly for a crowd, can sometimes feel like serious business, the best part of cooking is the joy it generates - both on the plate, and in the process. 


#lifebeyondtherecipe
 

A MENU TO BRIDGE OUR SOUTHERN BORDER

How Pati Jinich seeks to use food as a bond between the U.S. and her native Mexico.

 

THE SHOW WE’RE FEASTING ON

The verdict is in, and the Samin Nosrat’s Netflix series “Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat” we’ve been eagerly awaiting is a smash hit - finally, a show that is both cinematic and accessible to the home chef. We salute you!

 

A CHEF WHOSE COURAGE IS AWE-INSPIRING

Fatima Ali, of Top Chef success, recently shared the heart- breaking news that the Ewings Sarcoma that changed her relationship with food, has returned. With this new diagnosis,she reveals yet another level of extraordinary fortitude, and expresses how she’s making her remaining time count. Contribute to her dream of eating her way around the worldhere.

 

HOW TO HARNESS YOUR FEMALE FURY FOR GOOD

Pandora Sykes, one of our favorite journalists here at Cook Space, explains the difference between anger and aggression and how, in a post #MeToo movement, women can channel their rage toward positive progress.

 

THE OPENING WE’VE BEEN OBSESSING OVER

At long last, The Museum of Pizza is finally here.

 

THE DOCU-SERIES WITH A FOCUS ON FORNICATION

The sensational Christianne Amanpour investigates the intricacies of intimacy across cultures in “Sex and Love Around the World”, now available on Netflix.

 

WHERE WE’LL BE OGLING SOME ARCHITECTURE

At this weekend’s Open House New York, which celebrates the best examples of design and planning throughout the five boroughs

 

HOW OUR DIET IS DESTROYING THE ENVIRONMENT

This week’s UN report finds highlights how our out of control beef consumption is de-railing our attempts to halt climate change.

 

WHERE WE’LL BE MUNCHING AND MINGLING

At this weekend’s NYC Wine and Food Festival

 

PRESERVING THE PAST IN A JAR OF PICKLES

A daughter’s plight to keep her family’s vinegary history alive with the help of her mother in Nepal.

 

WHILE WE GET OUR DILL ON DOWNTOWN

At the world’s largest pickle festival on Sunday on Orchard Street

 

THE ISSUE WITH #METOO

What women still can’t say

 

THE DEMOCRATIC PROBLEM WE NEED TO DEAL WITH

How the Trump presidency in identifying what not to stand for can help those across the aisle identify what they do, particularly when it comes to immigration policy.

Don’t forget to snag your tickets to the inaugural Cherry Bombe University where our founder, Michelle Mannix will be joining a lineup of fabulous females to guide guests on how to plan with purpose and intention.

Tickets are on sale now!

 

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