DISTINCTIVE PRODUCTS, PEOPLE, IDEAS & STYLE
clockwise from left: Spoonable caramel sauces.
(pictured, Brooklyn Butterscotch); spoonablellc.com.
Water tower salt and pepper shakers from By Brooklyn
boutique, specializing in products by local artisans and
craftspeople; bybrooklyn.com. Fatty Sundays flavored
chocolate-covered pretzels; fattysundays.com.
Brooklyn Brine Co.’s Moroccan beans, herbed cauliflower,
fennel beets, chipotle carrots and whiskey sour pickles;
brooklynbrineco.com. Grady’s Cold Brew, Brooklyn-brewed New orleans-style iced coffee;
gradyscoldbrew.com. New York Naturals cheezy Dill Kale
Krackers from the Kale Factory; nynaturals.myshopify.com.
Mast Brothers chocolate; mastbrothers.com.
Morris Kitchen syrups for cocktails and cooking
(pictured, grenadine); morriskitchen.com.
A Trend Grows In
New York’s once hardscrabble borough is now
the epicenter of hip culture and a thriving
artisanal food scene. Here, an array of tasty
treats you can order from anywhere.
By KAthy PAssEro