Monthly Archives: May 2013

Tofu Au Poivre With Kale And Crispy Mushrooms

Wow, it’s been a while since I did a cooking post. Not because I haven’t been cooking; I cook almost every day. It’s just not stuff I feel is worth sharing. This dish, though, is different. It’s a vegetarian version … Continue reading

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Lunch At Allswell

It’s hard for me to believe, but Brooklyn Vegetarian is two years old! Thank you to everyone has been reading it — I’m sure there are at least a few of you out there. While I was in Williamsburg for … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Pizzas: Sottocasa vs Brooklyn Central

You know the old saying, you can’t judge a pizza by its cover? No? Well it’s true. Look at that beautiful pie above, the margherita from Sottocasa. And yet it was strangely flat tasting; the sauce a little to sweet, … Continue reading

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Food Book Fair 2013

This past Friday I had the good fortune to attend the Food Book Fair in Williamsburg (I was given press access so I could attend for free). I got to see Evan Strusinski (above right, forager for several restaurants) and … Continue reading

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