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Monday, February 5th 2018

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BROOKLINE EATS
BROOKLINE EATS! Individual Event Posters
Brookline Eats! has officially launched! Please read on for details on February's special events that celebrate our community, cuisine, and the culinary traditions of Brookline.
Supported by a grant from the Brookline Community Foundation.
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Generously sponsored by the Friends and the Trustees of the Brookline Library.
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Brookline Eats! in February

BREADBOARD BAKERY

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Brookline Village
Our first event is tomorrow: Breadboard Bakery's Daisy Chow telling her tech-to-bakery story.

LET THEM EAT BAKED GOODS

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Coolidge Corner
Each month we will come together to share baked goods from different cookbooks.
Copies of the cookbook will be available at the front desk four weeks before the meeting.
This month we are discussing The Bread Bible by Rose Levy Beranbaum.

JARRETT J. KROSOCZKA CELEBRATES LUNCH LADY

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Brookline Village
Hear creator Jarrett J. Krosoczka discuss the origins of his best-selling series Lunch Lady and lead a graphic novel workshop for fans.
Paper and pencil will be provided for each participant.

This event is limited to 75 participants.

SCULPT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD

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Brookline Village
Learn to make your own salt dough clay to sculpt and paint your favorite meal.

Final pieces will be displayed for two weeks at the Brookline Village Library for everyone to admire!

This event is limited to the first 20 children.

UNION SQUARE DONUTS

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Coolidge Corner
Hear the story of Union Square Donuts, which started with a small team of people who had a dream of making a more delicious donut. They are committed to producing the best donuts possible, using high-quality ingredients, extraordinary attention to detail, and a passion that shines through to everything they make.

Donuts will be served!

FEEDING EACH OTHER

A Discussion of Recipes, People and Places

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Brookline Village
Join your neighbors for a discussion of how to commemorate and celebrate community foodways in dinner parties and cookbooks. Petra Beunderman, host of a long-running community dinner party, will talk with Megan J. Elias from Boston University’s Gastronomy Program about the history of community cookbooks and communal dining. Bring your favorite community cookbook or dinner party recipe to the table for a textual potluck.


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