The Brooklyn Kitchen. No space in the house can be a symbol of sharing as much as the kitchen. A place to prepare and eat meals, but also to chat, collaborate and live together. The city of Brooklyn has decided to bring these concepts together in the creation of a collective kitchen-restaurant, where those who frequent it can prepare their own meals and consume them, take cooking classes and more.
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No space in the house can be considered a symbol of sharing how much kitchen. A place to prepare and eat meals, but also to chat, collaborate and live together. There borough di Brooklyn decided to bring these concepts together in the creation of one collective kitchen-restaurant, where those who attend it can prepare their own meals and consume them, attend cooking classes and more. With the name of “The Brooklyn Kitchen” it has quickly become a symbol of the welcoming spirit that hovers in the city that hosts it.
The opportunity to prepare your own meals is offered above all through the organization of themed challenges, which may concern, for example, the preparation of cakes and jams and which involve both cooking professionals and complete newbies at different levels, thanks to whose presence the funniest competitions come to life. Nothing is wasted and what is prepared together, when possible using local ingredients, is offered to those present or put up for sale.
In fact, in the kitchen there is also a point of purchase for the dishes prepared by the chefs of the day and of products on tap, such as, pasta, rice, cereals, legumes and flours, to be chosen according to your needs and to be weighed independently thanks to a scale placed in the immediate vicinity.
“The Brooklyn Kitchen” is also a cultural and learning place, where book presentations, workshops and cooking courses with an international flavor are organized, with teachers from all over the world and masters of fusion cuisine. The traditional dishes of the city have been transformed into the dishes of those who live there, with ample space for the specialties of ethnic cuisine.
In the shared kitchen in Brooklyn there is no discrimination concerning the national origin or the food choices of those present. Inside, Thai or Nepali cooking workshops can be organized, as well as vegetarian and vegan cooking courses, such as those recently curated by the young chefs of “Chickpea & Olive”, for the diffusion of a natural and beneficial dietary style for health and for the Planet.