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The New Brooklyn Cookbook: Recipes and Stories from 31 Restaurants That Put Brooklyn on the Culinary Map Reviews

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A Traveling Taste Experience

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Pros: human interest stories, good recipes, nice introduction to the area

Cons: many recipes require significant time and/or effort, only a couple of recipes from each restaurant

  One of the joys of living in or near New York City is that you can visit all of the different buroughs and try amazing food prepared by the city’s large immigrant population.  While some areas are a longer subway ride than others, they all seem to be worth the extra trip.  This is especially true of Brooklyn, which is having a renaissance of sorts, with some incredible restaurants.  While most would think that Brooklyn is only known for Italian food, they would be wrong.  With artisan producers and brewers, the area is more of an experience than a destination.   Building on this budding interest in the area, Melissa and Brendan Vaughan have put...
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