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New York Bacon Takedown 2011

Posted by thedustybaker under Top Foodie Blog
What’s better than bacon?If you were at the Brooklyn Bacon Takedown on October 16th, the answer was “um, sorry, I can’t talk right now… too busy eating BACON”. The sold-out event featured 18 local cooks of varying levels o... [...]


Spooky Halloween Treat

Posted by mamachef under Default, Top Foodie Blog
Who says you have to serve candy corn at your next Halloween bash? Posh up your party with these sushi inspired, sinfully delicious Nori Bat hors d’oeuvres… A perfect bite of velvety avocado puree stuffed inside crisp nori and topped with a... [...]


Between the Bread: Scanwiches

Posted by jaclyn under Top Foodie Blog
Jon Chonko’s had a lifelong love affair, and he’s not afraid to share it. By scan. Every day. For two and a half years, Chonko’s been sharing scans of his sandwiches on his Tumblr, Scanwiches. He’s taken the scans to print with his new book Sca... [...]

 By Brooklyn web 261 Smith Street Between Degraw & Douglass Brooklyn, NY 11231 F/G to Carroll St. Sun-Wed: 12:00 – 8:00, Thurs-Sat: 12:00 – 9:00 Community is a word that Gaia, owner of By Brooklyn in Carroll Gardens, and I shared a lot... [...]


Brooklyn’s 19th Annual Chile Pepper Fiesta

Posted by mamachef under Top Foodie Blog
  Arriving at Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Chile Pepper Fiesta, I couldn’t believe my eyes. Apparently, I wasn’t the only scorcher loving loon. There were tons of people like me, and they had all gathered here to celebrate their addiction to sp... [...]


Apple Festival at Queens County Farm Museum

Posted by freespiriteater under Top Foodie Blog
This past weekend I visited Queens County Farm Museum for their Annual Apple Festival in Glen Oaks, NY. Upon entering the enormous gated farm, many families followed behind us while others seemed to just be leaving. Across the field were various food ... [...]


Tasting All-Clad’s Chef Tour

Posted by elle under Top Foodie Blog
Last weekend, the Bromography team was very busy attending food events all around the NYC area.  Everything from the Food Network Wine & Food Festival to Brooklyn’s Annual Chili Pepper Festival was on the agenda.  I am very happy to say tha... [...]

Well, Food Network New York City Wine and Food Festival, you’ve triumphed over this little Dusty Baker.  I consider myself, like all contributors to this blog and our readers, to be a major foodie.  But this weekend did me in with all its delic... [...]


The 4th Annual Great American Pie-Off!

Posted by thedustybaker under Top Foodie Blog
What happens when you put 20 pies, a crowd of hungry people, a few celebrity judges and some really cool auction items in a bar?  You raise some money for a good cause.  And maybe get a bit of a sugar high.  ”I entered the Surf Bar for the pie... [...]


2011 Dumpling Festival

Posted by Provocateur under Top Foodie Blog
WOW.  Seriously one of the best food festivals I’ve ever attended.  The crowd was just LIVE—you could seriously feel the excitement.  I didn’t know how many people would actually be there, but after hopping off the D train at Grand I had to wa... [...]