Christina Tosi and Karlie Kloss Will Deliver Free Cookies Tomorrow; Zucker Bakery Hosts the Kubbeh Project

Christina Tosi and Karlie Kloss will honor Fashion Week by driving through Manhattan in their eighties-inspired “Kookie” truck tomorrow. They'll be clad in spandex, of course. Stalk them here: 11 to 11:45 a.m.: Lincoln Center; noon to 12:45 p.m.: Milk Studios; 1 to 2 p.m.: Lincoln Center; 2:15 to 3 p.m.: the Standard Hotel. [Grub Street]

• The East Village’s Zucker Bakery will host a pop-up restaurant, the Kubbeh Project, as of March 1. It'll remain open for three weeks to serve Jewish and Iraqi comfort food from 6 p.m. until the kubbeh pots runneth dry. For tickets and more info, go here. [Grub Street]

• On Wednesday, February 20, chef Chris Jaeckle (formerly of Ai Fiori) and Dale Talde will cook up two four-course, East-meets-West-themed dinners at Dale’s Park Slope restaurant, Thistle Hill Tavern. Guests will pick a chef for each course, choosing between dishes such as Jaeckle's Dorade crudo and Talde's lamb carpaccio. It's $60 per person; call 347-599-1262 for reservations. [Grub Street]

• This February 14, Godiva is making Valentine’s Day easy for even the most last-minute chocolate shoppers. The boutique’s “Godiva on the Go” mobile truck has a relevant hash tag: #GODIVAontheGO. [Grub Street]

• Starting this week, Tacombi is serving up a Taco de la Semana (Taco of the Week). Inspired by home-style Mexican cooking and street-snack favorites, chef Luis Aguilar is making specials like this week's Lamb Barbacoa, which is braised in the oven for four hours and seasoned with Lupita habanero salt. [Grub Street]