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Friday
Jan312014

Celebrate Down Under Culture at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar Sat Feb 1st

Brooklyn Night Bazaar have brought the fun, food and flair of New York's summer open-air markets indoors for the winter season - and they are doing a cracking good job.

On Saturday February 1st, 2014, they will go 'Down Under' for the very first time with a New Zealand theme and as a loud and proud Kiwi-lover and fellow ANZAC, I am super excited.

Here are some of the Down Under magic that will be about the market on Saturday:

- Sweet treats like pavlova, caramel slice and lamingtons by Waltzing Matilda's baked by the super sweet Laura Forer

DUB (Down Under Bakery) Pies will be launching New York's very first savoury #pietruck - which is also a pretty cool Kickstarter success story

- Steinlager beer - I'm no beer drinker but apparently this Kiwi beer is pretty darn good

- Gig by NZ band Streets of Laredo who quite possibly the next big thing

Entry is free, but you can skip the queue by pre-purchasing your ticket, which will also get you a DUB pie, coffee (flat white I suppose?) and maybe even a beer if you get there early enough! Worth it, I reckon!

Brooklyn Night Bazaar
165 Banker Street,
Brooklyn NY 11222
Saturday, February 1st 2014
6PM-Midnight 

Hope to see you there!

Sunday
Dec232012

Enjoying the Holiday Season in New York

My first "real" northern hemisphere "Fraser Fir" Christmas tree.

It's true, New York does Christmas really well. I have always loved Christmas, but experiencing the holidays in the northern hemisphere has really brought it to life.

All the words in the carols finally make sense - I do feel like I am "walking in a winter wonderland" and I really was "dreaming of a white Christmas" with every Christmas card I wrote.

Even better, hardly anyone settles for an articifical tree, when the real pine trees look and smell amazing and there are street vendors selling them on the sidewalk.

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