I am excited to announce that I have been promoted to food editor for the Amsterdam News.
It’s done! Fini! Finito! Terminado! The inaugural Harlem EatUp! festival has come to a close. Though the weather was a little touch-and-go at times over the weekend, the show went on and the people showed up.
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After a full year of planning and preparing, today kicks off the first official day of the inaugural Harlem EatUp! (@HarlemEatUp), a celebration of food, culture and spirit brought to Harlem by friends and colleagues Marcus Samuelsson (Red Rooster, Ginny’s, ...
Thank you to all who submitted dishes to represent the Amsterdam News and AmNewsFOOD at the first ever Harlem Eat Up (@HarlemEatUp) festival taking place in just one week! Harlem restaurants, cooks and food makers showed what they can do, ...
Last week, more than 1,350 charity-minded New Yorkers gathered at 23 Wall St. for the city’s premier culinary event for a cause, Night Out for No Kid Hungry.
Kick off the impending mid-week blues and explode into hump day after a night on Harlem’s Restaurant Row, eating, drinking and laughing in reverence of the fourth annual “Food and Drink Boulevard,” presented by Experience: Harlem and the Frederick Douglas ...
This week, Kysha "SCHOPgirl" Harris reviews Chuko in Brooklyn.
Kysha "SCHOPgirl" shares her recipes for Miso Black Cod and Red Miso Hangar Steak.
New York City heats up Saturday, April 25 and Sunday, April 26 with High River Sauces’ third annual New York City Hot Sauce Expo (@NYCHotSauceExpo), taking place at the Brooklyn Expo.
The Amsterdam News is excited to be an official media sponsor of the first annual Harlem EatUp! festival (@HarlemEatUp), going down May 14–17.
Noted actor Wendell Pierce, who has appeared in televisions shows like “The Wire” and “Treme” and successful films like “Horrible Bosses,” has become dedicated to fulfilling a need in his hometown of New Orleans.
Styled to pay homage to the iconic 1958 photo “A Great Day in Harlem,” Harlem EatUp! Festival's founding sponsor Citi and organizers staged a commemorative photo shoot featuring Harlem chefs and restaurateurs.
Kysha "SCHOPgirl" Harris gives a review of Manhattan restaurant Indian Road Cafe.
Kysha Harris shares some recipes to try at the dinner table this Easter Sunday.