Friday, February 27, 2009

Slow Food in Brooklyn

Rick and Michael Mast making chocolate.
Tony Cenicola/The New York Times

I read Oliver Schwaner-Albright's New York Times article Brooklyn's New Culinary Movement on Tuesday. Since then, I find my mind wandering back to it. I don't need much to make me want to visit New York, but this article makes the desire even more acute. If you haven't already read it, I hope you enjoy the window on urban slow food.

And here's a film short on Cut Brooklyn, Joel Bukiewicz's fine knife company which is also featured in the article. Via Cool Hunting.

1 comment:

  1. I bookmarked the Brooklyn slow food article and have returned to it with the same sentiment that you mentioned. We live in a small college community in Southeast Ohio and have a thriving local food movement, but it's so great to see this happening in the heart of Brooklyn, like returning to some far gone era in the modern age.


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