how i can decide between these two? and actually, i probably already have plans that i dont feel like admitting to, so i may not be able to make either. oh ny ❤ times like this alex i really wish you lived here!!
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Chaos Cooking Part IV/ A continuing social experiment where up to 24 people cook 24 recipes in one kitchen, four burners, one oven. All recipes must be finished in three hours while everyone is drinking wine, socializing, and putting delectable dishes in their mouths.//How it works. Post the name of your recipe on this events wall. Bring the ingredients necessary for everyone to try a little bit of your dish, extra knives and cutting boards (if you have them) and a bottle or three of wine. Throw in $5 into a donation jar towards clean up, common ingredients and to the space.
When you arrive pour yourself some wine, sign the book, start making your dish, help someone else, pour yourself some wine, eat some of the dish that was just finished, ask for help, try not to start yourself on fire, try some more dishes, sit down and talk for a while, pour your new friend some more wine, have some dessert, make plans for this weekend.//We've tried this a couple of times before with great success. Some dishes ideas of what was made in the past; Portobello Mushroom Burgers, Curried Squash Soup, Chocolate Mousse with marinated Strawberries, gourmet salads, banana fosters, baked pear and chocolate, mushroom mint pasta, hummus pizzas & Bacon wrapped scallops.//To Bring: 2-3 Bottles of wine per person.
Extra knives, cutting boards, tupperware if possible
Page Not Found is a 2000 square foot apartment, with a garden, used as constantly transforming space to encourage strong social interaction by experimenting with collaboration, art, food, film, and music.
RSVP for location, Brooklyn/ 7p; $5/ firstname.lastname@example.org
***** Also on TUESDAY *****
10 Tactics for Turning Information Into Action/ Brooklyn screening. Around the globe, activists have surmounted huge hurdles with small budgets. Hear their stories, learn their techniques, and transform your cause.
The film explores how rights advocates use digital technology to create positive change. Around the globe, activists have surmounted huge hurdles with small budgets. Hear their stories, learn their techniques, and transform your cause.//TheCoup is screening this film in partnership with Witness at the fantastic Brooklyn Creative League. We will break into small group discussion with other activists after this 60 minute film.
Brooklyn Creative League/ 540 President, Brooklyn
M,N,R trains to Union station/ 7p; $2 through the end of February