2/19/2013 01:44:00 PM

10 Brooklyn-Based Food Artisans You Should Know

Brooklyn salsa tastes better...
It's everyone's pipe dream these days: quit your boring desk job and trade in the 9-5 for an exciting, be-your-own-boss life pursuing your passion. And when it comes to Brooklyn, these dreams tend to involve organic, farm-sourced, grass-fed, local food. But just how feasible is it to become a full-time, successful artisanal food producer?

Well, when you’re one of these small-batch kitchen whizzes hailing from Brooklyn, it’s apparently totally doable. Click through for a look at 10 top-notch craft-food producers to see a more in-depth look at what it takes to make it in this industry here

5 comments :

  1. The mole salsa from Brooklyn Salsa is my new favorite salsa! Terrific!

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  2. It's true what they say... Brooklyn Salsa DOES taste better. Great salsa, great people.

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  3. "Brooklyn Salsa" is not made in Brooklyn. Is that OK?

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  4. Neither is Brooklyn Soda Works, but they are both based in Brooklyn.

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  5. You missed Tumbador Chocolate, better than Liddabit or Mast.

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