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COVID stressed NYC rallies to save cookbook shop

COVID stressed NYC rallies to save cookbook shop
Foot traffic at Kitchen Arts and Letters is up— with plenty of new faces as New Yorkers cook more during the pandemic.

For most of its 37-year existence, Kitchen Arts and Letters was the place to get a gift for that friend who dared use their tiny city oven for more than reheating leftovers.Ksenia Ioffe shops for cookbooks for her boyfriend at Kitchen Arts and Letters Wednesday, Dec.” Pie cookbooks are popular with people having more time at home due to Covid-19, as pictured at Kitchen Arts and Letters, Wednesday, Dec.Lisa Deutscher looks at vegan cookbooks at Kitchen Arts and Letters Wednesday, Dec.

” By pulling Kitchen Arts and Letters out of its rough patch, the community has ensured that the store will be around to get them through theirs— offering guidance, adventure, and a little bit of chicken soup for whatever else this year will bring.(Barry Williams/for New York Daily News) With the pandemic keeping people home— and many favorite restaurants shuttered or serving limited takeout— New Yorkers are exploring their kitchens in ways they never have before.

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