As we pack away our pumpkins and come down from our Halloween highs, we’re taking a more serious approach to the month ahead. For, as much as Cook Space is about food and revelry, at our heart and soul, we are all about community. As proud members of this collection of vibrant, diverse and active individuals in our beautiful borough of Brooklyn, we are even more proud to make ourselves heard alongside our neighbors at the polls this coming Tuesday. November 6th is election day. We let ourselves down two years ago when we failed to show up. Let’s not make that mistake again.
HOW THE FOOD INDUSTRY IS EMPOWERING ITS EMPLOYEES TO VOTE
WHERE WE’RE HAPPY HOURING NEXT WEEK
At Raw Wine New York in Bushwick, dedicated to showcasing the world’s best low-intervention, organic, biodynamic wines from across the globe.
HOW WE’RE FEEDING THE FUTURE
One seed at a time with Row 7
EATING TO AVOID EXTINCTION
How these Illinois farmers are keeping the American mule foot hog around…by putting it on the plate.
WHAT’S NEXT ON OUR NETFLIX QUEUE
Drama with a side of deliciousness. Get our tea sets ready after bingeing on the Kevin Spacey free final season of House of Cards, as The Great British Baking Show returns for another season on Netflix, November 9th.
THE RE-FRAMING OF THE FEMALE
BOOK CLUBBING WITH THE BEST OF ‘EM
A conversation with the inimitable chef, Anita Lo, on her new cookbook “Solo: A Modern Cookbook for a Party of One” at our favorite neighborhood store, Books are Magic
THE SECRETS STASHED IN THE PANTRY OF THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA
THE NEW NEIGHBORS WE CAN’T WAIT TO MEET
THE NEW PODCAST ON OUR LIST
“In The Field with Edible Brooklyn” will be inspiring us on all things planting, cooking and creating come its launch, November 16th
HOT TO MAKE A “MENU ITEM”
The process through which chef Jeremy Fox takes a humble chicken entree, from simple to star worthy
THE NEW FLICK WE’RE FAWNING OVER
T H E C O O K S P A C E C R E W