At the Brownsville Community Culinary Center, a new group of participants was tackling its first baking class.
A citrus salad with pistachios and mint sheds a little light on the winter doldrums.
When Missy Robbins left her well-respected position as executive chef of Manhattan restaurant A Voce in 2013, she had no idea if she would continue to cook.
It will occupy the streetfront in a former furniture factory on Johnson Avenue, which Bushwack Capital is making over into into a multipurpose venue with offices and the nightclub.
The Taste of Red Hook is coming back this month, and will be serving up some of the best bites and sips that the neighborhood has to offer.
After a year in business, immigration woes caused a popular Danish restaurant on Smith Street's restaurant row to shut down.
Good Mexican used to be hard to find in New York City. No longer. Here are eight in Brooklyn with outstanding food and tasty margaritas.
It may be more than four centuries since the Dutch founded Brooklyn, but you can still learn how they drank and ate at one of their original homesteads in the borough.
A well-known Brooklyn chef's newest eatery has a theme to match its location.
Milk and Pull is the latest business to join a host of others flocking to Malcolm X Boulevard in Bed Stuy.