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About Brooklyn Supper
Brooklyn Supper is the work of Elizabeth Stark and Brian Campbell, with photos by Elizabeth. Brooklyn Supper received the Editors’ Choice award for Most Delicious Food in the 2015 Saveur Blog Awards. Brooklyn Supper has been featured on Yahoo Food, People.com, Saveur‘s Daily Fare blog, Food52, Cup of Jo, Die Zeit, Marcus Samuelsson’s blog, Huffington Post, and as part of Fine Cooking‘s Best of the Blogs series. Elizabeth has contributed to Saveur online and writes the column How Ideas Become Recipes on Food52.

Brooklyn Supper began as a chronicle of favorite seasonal recipes sourced mostly from local producers, our CSA, and the NYC Greenmarkets. Two years ago, we left Brooklyn for Charlottesville, Virginia, a small city in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. After the move, we realized how challenging it could be to source fresh, local foods outside of major metropolitan areas and made it our mission to develop seasonal recipes and approaches that would work for a broader audience.

Eating seasonally can seem fussy or fancy, but it needn’t be. Seasonal eating simply means trying to get more of your food from the people who grow or produce it when it’s at its best. It’s about knowing where the stuff you eat comes from and being a part of your local food community. Here on BkS, we share fancy food sometimes, but mostly, we want to make simple, straightforward recipes for home cooks at all levels. It’s our mission to help readers to better understand the season and how ingredients can change throughout. If you have a cooking or produce question, I hope you’ll leave a comment or get in touch.

Get to Know Us
We were featured in this video on South of Brooklyn discussing inspiration and change after moving from Brooklyn to Charlottesville. Interviews with Elizabeth include Yahoo Food, Paper/Plates, Mom.me, and Make a Story. Elizabeth writes the bi-weekly ‘How Ideas Become Recipes’ column on Food52 and is a regular contributor to Handmade Charlotte, Conde Nast Traveler, and Babble Food. Elizabeth has contributed in print to Vegetarian Times and to Saveur online. A selection of Brooklyn Supper’s recipes appear on the seasonal meal planning site Huckle and Goose. For more press coverage of Brooklyn Supper, head to our detailed press page.

The Brooklyn Supper recipe index is a work in progress, but many of our recipes are listed there. You can also check out the search bar or click on ingredient and season categories. We hope you’ll follow Brooklyn Supper on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest, and subscribe to our newsletter.

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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 wholesome, 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.

Image Use
If you’d 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.

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. Thanks for supporting the brands that make our work here possible!

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Image of Elizabeth and Brian by the handsome and talented M. Wesley Ham.