October 22nd, 2012
alisonanon

Brooklynography Plays at New York Food Film Fest!

This past Saturday Brooklynography history was made: one of our videos was screened in front of a sold-out theater as part of the New York Food Film Festival!

I was immensely proud and honored to be part of the event and to see something I created play on the big screen, and owe a mountain of thanks to all the people who made it possible like…. Matt & Allison Robicelli (of course!), NYFFF festival director George Motz, NYFFF executive producer Seth Unger, my friends and crew - shooter Zack Akers & sound recordist Kenny Lewis - and my colleagues/friends/post-production angels at Crew Cuts - title designer Ian Glaum and mixer Nick Montgomery. After my film screened I went up to say a few words and got a little nervous and forgot to say most of the stuff I wanted to say, so there it all is.

Of course no one who attended the festival will be reading this anyway, because I completely failed to mention that Brooklynography is a website. D’oh.

Sandwiches… Sandwiches are a lot like cupcakes. They’re something you can hold in your hand, and take everything that you want on the subway.

-Allison Robicelli

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September 20th, 2012
alisonanon

Here’s kind of a trailer for the Robicelli’s Brooklynography video!

So the full-length version of this video is about 12 minutes long, but a truncated 5 minute version will be screening on Saturday October 20th at the New York Food Film Festival as part of the Edible Adventure event. Cupcakes and other goodies will be served, you can buy tickets and check out all of the festival’s events here!

May 21st, 2012
alisonanon

The Great GoogaMooga: The Good, The Bad, & The Hungry

If you live in Brooklyn and use the internet, you are probably sick to death of hearing about The Great GoogaMooga. For anyone who visits ONLY this website (hi Mom) and doesn’t know what I’m talking about I’ll fill you in real quick - the Great GoogaMooga was a food festival that took place this past weekend, featuring food vendors from all parts of New York City as long as they fell into the category of totally delicious.

Each vendor offered one outstanding item to guests, usually in half/whole or single/double portions. The festival occurred outside (duh) in Prospect Park’s Nethermead Meadow, and also featured live music from such bands as Holy Ghost and Hall & Oates. In theory, this is the most genius event ever devised by man.

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April 16th, 2012
alisonanon

Yesterday the crew and I spent the day with Matt & Allison Robicelli of Robicelli’s Cupcakes, Brooklyn’s most fantastic and original dessert company. We toured their favorite food spots in their home neighborhood of Bay Ridge, essentially eating our way through some of the best foods the borough has to offer.

Check out these photos for a sneak peek of what’s to come in the video!

January 10th, 2012
alisonanon

Best Brooklyn Bites 2011: Top 10

2011 was a cool year. The summer was stupid hot, the winter has been weirdly mild, lots of new stuff opened up in the borough, and coincidentally, it’s the year Bklynography was born! Hooray! I’d like to take this time, the 10th day in 2012, to recap my top 10 best bites, eats, and meals I enjoyed in Brooklyn in 2011.

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