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Rabbit kidneys, roasted marrowbones, and monkfish liver do not necessarily evoke the images of comfort food for many. But for some reason this term has always been used to describe the cuisine chef Gabrielle Hamilton prepares in her East Village restaurant, Prune. “They have to attach these words to anything that a woman is doing no matter how challenging,” she said in an interview on Makers, a video collection of women’s stories featured on PBS ... Read More
Besides convincing my family to give up marshmallow sweet potatoes (“Because why do you need dessert during dinner?,” I ask. “Because marshmallows,” they say.), the trickiest part about Thanksgiving is calculating just how much food to make for a party of fifteen that includes every dietary restriction from non-celiac gluten-sensitivity and lacto-ovo vegetarianism to I-don’t-like-onions. This means that 15 people does not not equal 15 ... Read More
This Saturday and Sunday, December 6 & 7, the 9th BUST Holiday Craftacular in NYC will be heading to Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Head on over to Brooklyn Expo Center at 79 Franklin St. from 11AM - 7PM to shop more than 220 indie craft, handmade, vintage, and amazing food vendors. We’ll have make-and-take crafts, a pop-up cat cafe to benefit Sean Casey Animal Rescue, an ugly sweater selfie booth, wrapping paper station, DJs, and ... Read More
It’s not long now until the BUST Christmas Craftacular London on December 14 at The Islington Metal Works. Time then to put the spotlight on London-based ceramicist Amy Worrall, who will be bringing her colorful ceramics to the fair this year. Amy Worrall makes a range of functional and decorative objects that draw on her background in illustration. Her ceramics are inspired by topless girls in Florida and sunburnt Brits abroad on the Costa de Sol, ... Read More
In September we ran a competition with British online marketplace Folksy to win a free stall space at the BUST Christmas Craftacular in London. The winner was I Am Acrylic with its quirky plastic jewelry designs. Ruth and Brendan started making jewelry in 2004 and hand-cut all their pieces on a fretsaw (so no lasers here) in their London studio. And at the December 14 BUST Christmas Craftacular they will be running workshops all day so that you can cut out and ... Read More
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