food 03.30.15

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Learn some of the tricks of the Vietnamese street food trade
at Brooklyn Kitchen, April 15, 6:30pm, $85.

Can't wait for this one: April Bloomfield's new cookbook,
A Girl and Her Greens: Hearty Meals from the Garden, out April 21.

Where to Celebrate Passover from Restaurant Girl.

At the Passover seder, horseradish is most often the bitter herb used to recall the bitterness of slavery. For those with a fondness for the root itself, there's the North Fork Horseradish Festival, April 19, 11-5, in Riverhead.

Maison Ladurée has gone daisy crazy.

The NY Beer and Brewery Tour begins at Eataly's Birreria and follows with stops in Williamsburg and Astoria. Tickets for the four-hour event are $105, which includes beer and food tastings.

Opening April 2 at Unix Gallery, 532 W. 24th [10th/11th] 212.209.1572, food sculptures by Peter Anton in a show called The Foodhist Temple.

The cheapest tickets for Edible Schoolyard Spring Benefit are $1,500—whether or not that's an option for you, the program is a pretty great one, aiming to "cultivate knowledge and skills for students in New York City's historically disadvantaged communities to grow, prepare, and choose healthy food." So they're worth supporting any way you can.

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