We're getting ready for Thanksgiving and Giving Tuesday by thinking about two of our favorite things – architecture and food! As you might have seen last week, we have curated recipes for a multi-course, multicultural feast, from Village chefs, neighbors, friends, and restaurants old and new. The recipes show our collective immigrant history, with their flavors reflecting the beautiful diversity of our neighborhoods. This week, we have another!
Today’s pairing: Veselka's gorgeous, cozy Christmas Eve Borscht, served up with the landmarked East Village Ukrainian Assembly of God building!
Click here for last week's pairing.
Food and shelter are universal human necessities. But done with creativity and artistry, both can transcend basic needs, stimulating our senses and opening us up to rich new worlds of culture, history, and beauty.