‘Are these recipes the letter of the law, or are they an aide-memoire for...– “The King’s Meal,” The New Yorker
…A cockatrice, a Tudor specialty that joins bottom of a pig and the head...– “The King’s Meal,” The New Yorker
Dear members of the National Trust: for the future of our heritage, we...– British historian Lucy Worsley, “The King’s Meal,” The New Yorker
My Two Most Exciting Gifts
A Knife Skills class from The Brookyln Kitchen and a mixology course from Bar Smarts. Thanks, family!
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The Grand Secret of Punch, this Tuesday! →
bkbrains: $35 Tuesday, December 6, 8:30-10pm This year, enliven your holiday party with a delicious, historic punch! Punch is a time-honored tradition in New York, past due for a revival. According to The Lights and Shadows of New York Life published 1873: ”Punch is seen in all its glory on [New Year’s] day, and each household strives to have the best of this article. There are regular...