Brooklyn Kitchen

    In 2006, Taylor Erkkinen and her husband, Harry Rosenblum, had a whole bunch of ripe grapes in their backyard, but no jars or pectin to make jam with. After having to leave Brooklyn to get supplies, they decided to fill a need in their community and started the Brooklyn Kitchen. The store began in a modest space, but after the success of their cooking classes in 2008 they moved to a much larger space on Frost Street, which they currently share with their partner The Meat Hook, a whole animal butchery that gets all of its products through partnerships with small local farms. Today, the Brooklyn Kitchen holds a wide range of classes on everything from cake decorating to home brewing, hosts private parties, and puts on public events. In addition, it carries an expansive selection of kitchen items. Taylor divides their products into two categories: staples, like pots, pans, knives and baking supplies, and obsessions, including specialty coffee makers and vegetable fermenting tools. On top of all of this, the Brooklyn Kitchen and the Meat Hook act as a grocery, offering meat, produce, dairy and dried goods.Show lessRead more

    100 Frost Street , Brooklyn (btw Manhattan ave & Leonard st)



    10am-8pm
    11am-7pm
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