Browsing: culinary arts

Arts & Culture
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If you missed A Taste of Sheepshead Bay on Thursday night, you missed history being made. Whereas, Brooklyn is most justifiably lauded for the rich array of culinary splendor that awaits residents and visitors alike, and everyone, from the comfort food seeker to the most finicky foodie is bound to encounter everything that will wow…

Food & Nightlife
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Welcome back to The Bite, Sheepshead Bites’ weekly column where we explore the foodstuffs of Sheepshead Bay. Each week we check out a different offering from one of the many restaurants, delis, food carts, bakeries, butchers, fish mongers, or grocers in our neighborhood. If it’s edible, we’ll take a bite. Welcome to the 25th edition of…

Education
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by Ryan Maye Handy English? Check. Biology? Check. Farming? Check. Kingsborough Community College will be the first higher-education institution in New York City to launch an urban farm tilled by students, the school announced on Wednesday. Kingsborough is launching the “Build a Garden in Brooklyn” project to teach students about urban agriculture and organic farming…

Education
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If you’ve ever watched Hell’s Kitchen or Top Chef and said to yourself, “I wish that was me” – this is your chance to develop some real culinary skills for free! It goes without saying that our economy is in a difficult time. With so many qualified applicants flooding the job market, younger and less…

Education
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Melisa Carbajal’s relationship with Kingsborough Community College is coming around full circle. After finishing an Associates Degree program at the school in 2007, the student is returning to be a teacher. She’ll be one of a handful of chef-instructors in the school’s budding culinary arts program, where she’ll teach healthy cooking for cancer patients and…