It’s no secret that small towns are the new big city. Packed with homegrown, farm-to-table and trendy items like homemade sausage, microbrews and mom-and-pop distilleries. Chefs and entrepreneurs are taking their small ideas and moving away from big cities to do things their way – and for half the money. Let’s just say, everyone has a “Brooklyn.” Therefore it’s no surprise that like Brooklyn, these small towns are doing one (well, two) things well above all else – food and beverage.
It's July, which can only mean one thing, SUMMER! Not only my favorite season for the obvious reasons (barbecues, cold drinks, sunshine and the beach) but it's the easiest time of the year to entertain - little fuss with maximum reward. I have the five items you need to help achieve a carefree and fun season of entertaining.
Sunday, October 25th, 2015, Whole Foods Market Bowery, New York, NY. Click here to sign up.
Friday, December 11th, 2015, Institute of Culinary Education, New York, NY. Please call 212-847-0700 to sign up.
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