When searching for artisan style food products that are hand made, use natural, minimally processed ingredients, and make you feel as if you're getting back to an iconic farmhouse lifestyle, it usually requires a 100 mile drive into the countryside. Up until recently, that was the case. But it's not any more.
The new style of food making, that has a do-it-yourself, straight from the kitchen feel to it, is happening in America's busiest city and shows no signs of stopping. Brooklyn is home to a burgeoning culinary movement that is characterized by traditional methods for making food, an appreciation for authentic flavors and textures, and an ability to show imagination in the kitchen that is both intelligent and inspiring. Many have found a home at Brooklyn FoodWorks, a unique commercial kitchen which provides a platform for food makers to launch their businesses.Read More