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The Red Hook Food Vendors Are Back For 2017

Every year I write about the Red Hook Ball Field Vendors, and every year I wonder how much longer they can keep going. Sure, the number of vendors has dwindled over the years. And some of the trucks that remain … Continue reading

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Vegan Spring Soba Noodle Salad

I’ve mentioned this before, but often I will buy something at the farmer’s market without having a clear idea of what I plan to do with it. Such was the case a few weekends ago, when I bought some fiddlehead … Continue reading

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Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pies Is Your Gateway To Summer

Here in Brooklyn we’re at the point of Spring when we have 80 degree sunny weather one day, then 50 degree cloudy weather the next. It was the latter yesterday, when Donny and I made the trip out to Red … Continue reading

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A Vegetarian Ukrainian Feast At Tatiana Grill

As much as I enjoy eating in Brighton Beach, I have always been skeptical of the restaurants on the actual boardwalk. My only experience with them was several years ago, when one of my good friends had his bachelor party … Continue reading

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Vegan Jamaican At Four Seasons

I was disappointed when I found out that Strictly Vegetarian, the vegan Ital restaurant on Church Ave, had closed. I was doing research into more vegan Caribbean food when I found out about Four Seasons, almost directly across the street … Continue reading

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Korean Meets Uzbek At Cafe At Your Mother-In-Law

Back when I wrote about Cafe Kashkar I remarked on the Korean flavors that popped up on the menu. Several blocks away at Cafe At Your Mother-In-Law the link between Korea and Uzbekistan is even more explicit. Uzbek and Russian … Continue reading

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Cooking With “Vibrant India”

Although I cook a lot, I hardly ever use cookbooks. But when a friend of mine releases a cookbook, I make an exception. Fellow Brooklyn vegetarian and blogger Chitra Agrawal, owner of Brooklyn Delhi, has a new cookbook out. Vibrant … Continue reading

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