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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

This Week in Brooklyn Food News

An insider's look to this week's Brooklyn food and restaurant news from around the web. Read up!



Park Slope Food Co-Op Celebrates 40 Years In Business [NY1]
The Brooklyn institution enters middle age, and is helping other food co-ops get off the ground. 

Brooklyn has 33 of the top 138 best value restaurants in NYC says Michelin. Honestly, we think that number is a little low!

Before Artisanal Everything Arrived in Brooklyn, There Was This [NYT]
Sam Sifton pens one of the more on-point articles about the Brooklyn food scene on the cusp of greatness (circa early 2000s), with a recipe for pan-roasted pork chops with apple fritters to match.

First Bites: Venetian Squid and Rabbit Ravioli at Marco’s [Brooklyn Based] 
A visit to this new restaurant on Flatbush Avenue from the team behind Franny's proves delicious in every way. Did somebody say rabbit stuffed ravioli?

New Flood-Preventing Garden Absorbs 150,000 Gallons a Year [Curbed]
This new project from the New York Restoration Project is stylish, grows herbs and can protect the superfund site in Gowanus from flooding!

Mason and Mug: A Very 'Brooklyn' Kosher Restaurant [The Jewish Daily Forward]
A restaurant opening in Prospect Heights aims to be Kosher and "Brooklyn." This means no pork belly bao, right? 

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