The Brooklyn Kitchen
Started in the summer of 2005 when a couple of serious amateur chefs went in search of pectin for making grape jelly.
There were 25 pounds of ripe grapes on the vine in the backyard and they needed canning, quick! Nowhere in the Williamsburg or Greenpoint neighborhoods of Brooklyn could they find pectin, cooking tools and supplies. The result: a sturdy building now stands at 100 Frost Street, in Brooklyn and it's only a few subway stops from Manhattan.
Inside you can find fresh meat, fresh produce, even fresh beer. You can buy every cooking utensil you know about and several that never occurred to you to want. Best of all you can find lots of educational and information events, classes, seminars and special events. See them at The Brooklyn Kitchen.
We at Daisy Flour know that this New York neighborhood is filled with people who enjoy food, and they want to know
everything about it: how it is grown, how it is produced, if it is fresh, if it is organic. And so our partnership began:
We teamed up with Brooklyn Kitchen, this summer, for a Sweet Pie Contest on July 23. The sequel: a Savory Pie (and Quiche) contest is scheduled for November 12, 2011.