Welcome to Baker's Dozen! This week we have spooky Halloween events, cheeky raccoons, dinner party menus and more. Read all about it down below.
For literary enthusiasts in the Halloween spirit.
With tons of events happening all over the city, there are lots of opportunities for you to taste some of the best ciders in New York. Some events even come with cheese pairings!
Head to the Brooklyn Museum to see the most in-depth viewing of Jodi Chicago's "The Dinner Party," an amazing installation featuring a dinner table with 39 unique place settings representing notable women throughout history. On now through March 8, 2018.
If you're into funky cheeses, this class is for you. French Cheese Board, 41 Spring St., New York.
Starting November 6, the Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) in Williamsburg will exhibit never-before-seen photographs from the Saveur Magazine archives. 62 Bayard St., Brooklyn.
Maybe those extreme couponers are on to something.
If you've ever wondered what the hell malted milk is and what it's doing in your milkshake, this article is a must-read.
Not all salts are created equal.
Seriously. C'est tres traguiqe.
An interview with Katherine Cheng-Franke, an insanely talented baker who mixes art into her creations.
Christina Tosi is the queen, and is gracious in her gifts.
An amazing interactive post from The New York Times that includes a great article on dinner parties, and a slew of menus based on the kind of party you'd like to have.