Right now observant Muslims everywhere are fasting from sunrise to sunset. But each night, families and communities gather for evening prayers and sumptuous spreads.
Food For Thought
Just because winter has set in doesn’t mean all signs of life have disappeared from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden–in fact, nothing could be farther from the truth. Especially on Friday, February 10 from 8pm to midnight, when you can be transported to Latin America at LUSH, an evening of tastes and sounds (and dancing) in celebration of BBG’s collection of 6,000 (and counting) tropical orchids.
We’ve got two free tickets to give away to Wednesday’s dinner, which Bubby’s is calling a “feast spectacle.” The menu is based on the fantastic list of American foods Twain listed out in his 1907 book A Tramp Abroad, essentially a list of what the author was longing to eat upon his return from Europe–he called their food “insipid.”