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Uniqlo Partners with Momofuku, Brushstroke and Kyotofu

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Uniqlo

Courtesy of Uniqlo


Even if you’ve purchased all the Heat-Tech socks you need for the season, there’s a new reason to visit Uniqlo’s NYC Fifth Avenue flagship this weekend: free food from celebrated NYC chefs.

 

Find out what Momofuku's star talents will be serving >

 

 

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Design

Pinterest Style Picks

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Pinterest is a social networking site for the visually inclined: Users bookmark web images, creating digital mood boards. Former F&W style editor Jessica Romm shares hers.

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News

Brooklyn's New Food-Focused Music Festival

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GoogaMooga Musical Festival

Photo: Adam Macchia


Superfly
, the team behind the ultracool music festivals Bonnaroo (in Tennessee) and Outside Lands (in San Francisco), is at it again, launching a free food-focused musical extravaganza in Brooklyn this spring. Its newest project, just announced today, will be called The Great GoogaMooga (old-school DJ slang for "awesome"), and will take over the Nethermead area of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park on May 19 and 20. Read more about GoogaMooga >

 

 

 

 

 

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cooking

Cranberry Surplus Calls for Roast Chicken with Chutney

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Roast Chicken with Chutney

© Melanie Acevedo / Roast Chicken

A recent cranberry surplus has resulted in plummeting prices, reports the Boston Business Journal. To stabilize costs and aid cranberry farmers, members of congress are asking the US Department of Agriculture to buy the extra berries, but you can also show support for the growers. While cooked cranberries areoften associated with holiday foods, their sweet-tart taste is delicious in this weeknight-friendly recipe for Roast Chicken with Cranberry-Apple-Raisin Chutney. Leftover chutney is a zesty addition to any chicken, turkey or ham sandwich.

Related: Roast Chicken Recipes
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Cocktails

The Rise of House-Made Mixers

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Blue Cow Kitchen & Bar

© Alen Lin/Blue Cow

From tonic water to blood-orange ginger beer, bartenders are making everyday mixers from scratch as a way to upgrade even the most mainstream cocktails.

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