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While full blown restaurants haven’t caught quite as much traction in Brooklyn (remember the Sunburnt Calf and Sheep Station?), Australia has proved massively influential on our coffee culture, uprooting the latte with flat whites at spots like Brunswick, Milk Bar, Dub Pies, Bluestone Lane and Toby’s Estate, and begetting a city fanatically in thrall to avocado toast. And with the recent debut of Seven Point Espresso, the Aussie brekkie movement has officially expanded to the...
At first glance, Adbul Abdullah's photography might conjure confusing feelings. The imagery is unfamiliar and, at times, morose: a man, ensconced in a monkey mask, embraces a chimp like one of his children; a husband and wife, are adorned in balaclavas and profusely colored wedding garb. It takes more than a passing glance to recognize their innate politicization. In fact, Abdullah's work attempts to distill the Muslim experience in a post-9/11 world: demonization, unprompted surveillance, and an unfair...
In case you thought the most so-stupid-it-just-might-work idea for a business was Push for Pizza, you would be... right, actually. But Jafflechute, the world's first "float-down eatery" coming to Greenpoint next month, takes a close second. What is a jafflechute, you ask? Oh, nothing, just this thing where grilled cheeses drop down from the sky on parachutes. That thing. The Australian company, Jafflechute (apparently, Aussies call grilled cheese "jaffles" for some reason; the "chute" suffix...
Brooklyn Heights’ Pippa Lord (by way of Australia) has a busy enough day job (photo editor of a little mag called Elle—not to be confused with The L Magazine), so it’s kind of amazing that she’s decided to start her own website, SousStyle.com, a fashion-food hybrid with a simple premise: photos of attractive, stylish people from around the globe making the food they love. The site also features recipes, how-to advice (HOW TO CUT...

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