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Kimchi Smoke Pops Up on Bowery; Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks Finds New Home

Plus, Burmese night at Prochetta and Cooklyn does brunch.

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LOWER EAST SIDE — New Jersey's Kimchi Smoke, which blends Korean culinary traditions with smoked meats from the American south, is popping up at the Old Bowery Station. Tonight's menu offers Austin Cho (smoked brisket and kimchi, Fat Boy sauce and pickled onion on a brioche). More details are here. [EaterWire]

EAST VILLAGE — On Wednesdays, starting tonight, Sara Jenkins will be serving kaukswe, a Burmese coconut milk soup similar to Thai khao soy, at Porchetta. Hearty bowls are $10. [GS]

EAST VILLAGE — Legendary cookbook store Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks has found a new home after being forced out of its longtime West 10th Street space. Expect the store to reopen around February 1. For the full (heartwarming) story, click over here. [JVNY]

PROSPECT HEIGHTS — Cooklyn is launching brunch this weekend with dishes like a skillet with potatoes, caramelized onions, crispy prosciutto, chorizo, two paoched eggs, and fontina. There's also a key lime ricotta stuffed French toast on the menu and a fried oyster benedict. [EaterWire]

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