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Brooklyn Bars and Eateries Debut New Recipe Books This Fall

By Nikhita Venugopal | November 1, 2016 8:49am | Updated on November 2, 2016 2:46pm
 The Chocolate Room released a brand new cookbook this fall, titled
The Chocolate Room released a brand new cookbook this fall, titled "There's Always Room for Chocolate."
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It's time to whip up some of Brooklyn's most delicious recipes in the comfort of your own kitchen.

The teams behind Brooklyn eateries The Chocolate Room, Seaborne and The Good Fork debuted three new cookbooks this fall, with dozens of recipes from neighborhood spots.

The Chocolate Room, which has locations in Cobble Hill and Park Slope, released "There's Always Room For Chocolate" in September, featuring baked goods and dessert recipes straight from the Brooklyn chocolate haven.

From a chocolate layer cake to chocolate caramel matzo and chocolate stout gingerbread, "the book is filled with similar new twists that express the slightly irreverent and creatively whimsical spirit for which Brooklyn has become known," the eatery said on its website. 

Don't miss a reading and book signing at The Chocolate Room's Park Slope shop, located at 51 5th Ave., on Monday, Nov. 14 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

One of Red Hook's most popular restaurants, The Good Fork, has a new cookbook that features "a decade's worth of amazing recipes."

"The Good Fork Cookbook," available for purchase Nov. 1, was written by acclaimed chef Sohui Kim, who owns The Good Fork and Insa in Gowanus, with her husband Ben Schneider. It includes some of Kim's most popular dishes at The Good Fork, such as Korean-style steak and eggs with kimchee rice.

Another Red Hook venue is also celebrating the release of a new recipe book from its late owner.

Seaborne, which opened earlier this year at 228 Van Brunt St., was the final bar for legendary cocktail aficionado Sasha Petraske, who died at 42 in August 2015.

Petraske's memory lives on in the book, "Regarding Cocktails," which released this week and was co-written by his wife, Georgette Moger-Petraske.

The book will feature 85 cocktail recipes from Petraske, who helped create some of New York's most well-known cocktail bars, including Milk & Honey, Middle Branch, Little Branch and Dutch Kills in Long Island City.