Eat For a Good Cause, Understand Chopsticks, Bring the Heat, Join the Homebrew World
More than 40 chefs and bartenders get together at Brooklyn Expo Center to raise support for No Kid Hungry, a group working to end childhood hunger in America. With a ticket, you get to eat your way through the culinary contributions and partake in special events like a donut derby, rosé garden, and boba bash.
The humble chopstick is a mystery to many Americans. Find out its origin and why it replaced other eating utensils around Asia. Professor Q. Edward Wang, the author of a new book, answers questions and talks all things chopsticks at this fascinating book signing and discussion at the Museum of Food and Drink.
Prepare your tastebuds and head to this scorching two day annual event. Get plenty of free hot sauce tastings from companies around the world (including the local Cantina Royal), partake in cocktail demos, and enjoy (or not) the Guinness Book of World Records Reaper Eating Contest.
The craft brewery scene has been explored pretty intensely, but the homebrew scene usually happens behind closed doors. Writer, tour guide, and beer geek Joshua Bernstein has written a book about the world of homebrew - meet Josh at Fifth Hammer Brewing for this release party with beer specials and a few homebrewed surprises.