Brooklyn Supper is a finalist for the Saveur Blog Awards in the Most Delicious Food category. There are too many fantastic blogs to choose from; still, we’d really love your vote.
Written by Elizabeth Stark and Brian Campbell, with photos by Elizabeth, Brooklyn Supper is the story of a family eating with the seasons in Virginia and NYC. Brooklyn Supper aims to make great cooking accessible to everyone. We emphasize seasonal, sustainable ingredients lovingly prepared and simply presented. Because cooking and eating should be a joy and not a burden, we favor unfussy recipes, a flexible approach to ingredients that focuses on local ingredients but allows exceptions, and meals that are at once delicious and affordable.
After almost a decade in Brooklyn, Elizabeth and Brian recently moved with their two daughters to the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia, where they live happily near the farmers and producers that inspire their work.
We list all of the Brooklyn Supper recipes here or use the search bar on the right to browse by ingredient.
Elizabeth writes the ‘Salad Days’ column for Food52 and is a regular contributor to Handmade Charlotte, Conde Nast Traveler, and Babble Food. Brian and Elizabeth have contributed to Saveur.com and in print to Vegetarian Times. You can find a selection of Brooklyn Supper’s recipes on the seasonal meal planning site Huckle and Goose. Elizabeth and Brian were featured in a video on South of Brooklyn discussing inspiration and change after moving from Brooklyn to Charlottesville, Virginia. Interviews with Elizabeth include Yahoo Food, Paper/Plates, Mom.me, and Blogstar.
Brooklyn Supper has been featured as Yahoo Food’s Blog of the Week, and on People.com, Saveur.com’s Daily Fare blog, food52, ZeitMagazin, Marcus Samuelsson’s blog, Daily Candy Kids, Gourmet Live, Huffington Post, and as part of Fine Cooking‘s Best of the Blogs series. Brooklyn Supper was included on the Babble.com list of the Top 100 Mom Food Blogs in 2011, 2012 and 2013, as well as Mom.me’s 2014 list of favorite food bloggers. For more press coverage of Brooklyn Supper, head over to our detailed press page here.
We love comments, and adore recipe feedback. You can email us at brooklynsupper at gmail dot com. Thanks for checking out Brooklyn Supper!
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Disclosure: Brooklyn Supper occasionally acts as a brand ambassador and/or writes sponsored posts. When this is the case, we will include a clear statement of sponsorship in the body of the post. We want it to be clear to our readers that a post is sponsored; we also want you to know that we only endorse brands we like and use.
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Brooklyn Supper occasionally partners with brands and products we believe in; if you think your product is a good fit with our local, seasonal focus and you’re interested in working with us or advertising on Brooklyn Supper, drop us a line and request our media kit at brooklynsupper at gmail dot com.
If you would like to use an image from Brooklyn Supper, please ask first: brooklynsupper at gmail dot com. We are almost always amenable. Unless otherwise noted, all content and photos are ©2008-2015 Elizabeth Stark. All rights reserved.
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Image of Elizabeth and Brian by the handsome and talented M. Wesley Ham.