Category Archives: Special Guest

A 3rd Cook in Another Kitchen (Guest Post)

Hello from Pennsylvania! Dandy Prof here. About two months ago, I left behind my beloved Brooklyn (and my beloved BFF, editrix of this here blog, with whom I shared a kitchen for seven years), for the suburban climes of Southeastern … Continue reading

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Tasting My Way Through Santa Fe

I went to the Southwest for the first time last week. I spent most of my time working, but I also got to spend a good amount of time eating. One of the places I spent the most time was … Continue reading

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Growing Workplace Community Through Food: Brooklyn Museum’s Tuesday Techlucks

What happens when computer geeks, a large art museum, and too many vegetables come together? Techluck Tuesday! Now a weekly potluck hosted by the Brooklyn Museum’s Technology Department Techluck Tuesdays grew out of a workplace conversation about what to do … Continue reading

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La Rentree: Tips for aspiring lunch bringers

It’s the season of “la rentree”- a French term for the time in late August and early September when we collectively go back to school or back to work (or in my case, as a grad student who works full … Continue reading

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A Chat with Brooklyn Soda Works

Spring has sprung in Brooklyn. That means bright yellow forsythia bushes, pale pink Magnolia blossoms, and the return of the Brooklyn Flea to its outdoor location in Fort Greene on April 10th. The Flea will be adding a few new … Continue reading

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How to Host a Perfect Party

Somewhere between Martha Stewart and Julia Child, with a fair amount of broke-twenty-something ingenuity thrown in, lies Stephanie Hagan. I first met Stephanie when she and I were fresh out of college and working our first “real” museum jobs. We … Continue reading

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