Flip Through Our (Free, Downloadable) Crowd-Sourced Cookbook Zine
Back in April, we gathered dozens of folks together at the Brooklyn Museum to create a crowd-sourced cookbook zine filled with recipes, collaged pages, and food stories. (See photos of the event here.) It was an incredible experience, largely because we also got to work with Malaka and Claire of The Runcible Spoon and Ayun of The East Village Inky. Now you can see the fruits and vegetables of our labor!
Claire and Malaka curated the best pages from the event to create A Very Runcible Brooklyn Cookbook, which you can virtually flip through here. They’ve done an amazing job of putting this all together. Marvel at the colorful cut-and-paste pages! Develop food fantasies based on recipes like Lazy Man’s Salad and Cassava Chunkay! Feel inspired by whimsical food-based collage art!
Organized by categories like “Confessions” and “1-Ingredient 1-ders,” this zine is a valuable food resource for cooks as well as an entertaining read for people who never touch the stove.
Click on the cover to see the full issue:
(Full disclosure: This came out a long time ago, but we dallied on putting the word out. Make up for lost time by reading it over and over again!)