Park Slope’s Walk-In Cookbook Offers Groceries by the Recipe


An unusual grocery store in Park Slope called Walk-In Cookbook lets customers buy pre-portioned ingredients for a recipe to cook at home. Right now, the store, which opened this month at 72 7th Avenue, offers 18 different recipes that change seasonally. Each recipe comes with a detailed instruction card that shows how to cook the meal step by step.

They strive to carry food that’s locally sourced, organic and gluten-free. The recipes and their ingredients are on the left side of the store, and on the right, customers can pick up dry goods from local companies, like McClure’s Pickles and Brooklyn Salsa. Cookbook’s owner, Filip Nuytemans, who is from Belgium, said that once its website is live, it will offer a subscription service that delivers the ingredients for three meals a week to your apartment for $60. GMAP

Photo Via Walk-In Cookbook

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