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Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010

Prime time! Morton’s chef gives the recipe for a great holiday meal

Dining: Hint: Beef is involved. Comment.

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Robicell’s cupcakes are Devil’s food for Thanksgiving

Dining: It’s no secret that Robicelli’s cupcakes are amazing. Comment.

Brooklyn’s best chefs share their tips

Dining: Ever wish you could bend your favorite chef’s ear for some advice in the kitchen? Well, with the holiday cooking season upon us, we asked some of the top foodies working in Brooklyn to share their tips in the kitchen. The results are some basic rules to stand by, as well as tried-and-true methods. You’re welcome. Comment.

The best pumpkin maple soup ever

Dining: Nothing says fall like soup and pumpkins. So good thing that Nissa Pierson at Ger-Nis Culinary and Herb Center in Park Slope has offered us her pumpkin maple soup recipe. Comment.

Baked shares its cupcake recipe

Dining: “I love the idea of anything maple,” admits Matt Lewis. Comment.

Cooking 101! This is the time to brush up on your skills

Dining: Whether you’re a complete amateur or consider yourself a budding Batali, cooking lessons are a way to fine-tune your skills, or learn new ones. And with the holidays upon us, there’s never been a better time to perfect your braising technique or try your hand at baking bread. Here’s a roundup of classes at three Brooklyn cooking institutions. Comment.

This Brussels sprout recipe will turn you from a hater

Dining: There’s no hating on Brussels sprouts when they’re combined with with apples and mint in this simple and tasty recipe from Ger-Nis Culinary and Herb Center. Comment.

Special meals deserve specialty markets

Shopping: Here’s our full guide to the culinary riches of our borough. Comments (3).

Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010

Call the Heights Players for ‘Room Service’

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: If there’s any community theater company that can pull off a good show about a community theater company trying to pull off a good show, it’s the Heights Players — and they did with their modern rendition of the 1930s-era “Room Service.” Comments (3).

Special meals deserve specialty markets

Shopping: Here’s our full guide to the culinary riches of our borough. Comments (3).

That Rushdie really is a legend

Books: And you can meet him on Tuesday at PowerHouse in DUMBO. Comments (1).

Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010

Low budget, high ambitions at Zero Film Festival

Cinema: It all starts on Saturday. Comments (2).

Girls! Girls! Girls! An old-time Ziegfeld-like spectacle at Galapagos on Sunday

Dance: Once you do the math, it’s only $1 a dance. Comments (2).

Monday, Nov. 8, 2010

Glidden paints a picture of Israel through the eyes of a skeptic

Books: Sarah Glidden thought she was leaving her art studio in Greenpoint for a 10-day trip through Israel, but it turns out she was embarking on a deeply personal and spiritual journey. Comment.

Low budget, high ambitions at Zero Film Festival

Cinema: It all starts on Saturday. Comments (2).

Get steamy with a dance party at a Russian bath

Nightlife: Don’t put away that bathing suit for good just yet. Comments (1).

Another chance to get ‘Baked’

Books: The dudes behind the beloved Red Hook bakery, Baked, are sharing their secrets — again — with “Baked Explorations: Classic American Desserts.” Comment.

Pie in the sky this Sunday in Williamsburg

Dining: It’s the annual pie contest, so let’s get ready to cruuummmmbbbbbllllleeeee! Comment.

The last greenmarket guide you’ll ever need

Shopping: Our day-by-day shopping list. Comments (2).

It’s Bushwick gone wild as area becomes a big art show on Sunday

Art: Ever wonder where all the artists in Brooklyn are moving to these days? That would be Bushwick — where another arts festival is set to command your attention on Sunday. Comment.

Lift up every voice at this killer gospel show on Friday

Music: It’s no church service, but a concert devoted to one helluva great music form. Comment.

Friday, Nov. 5, 2010

DA’s spokesman sings a different tune — bluegrass!

Music: By day, Jonah Bruno is the spokesman for Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes. By night, he plays a banjo and sings bluegrass songs about being the spokesman for Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes. Comments (1).

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