A tradition might be starting … my birthday and great food.
There's something about being far above the hubbub of the Big Apple's streets, especially in the summertime, when humidity levels soar and the concrete feels like it's emanating heat waves.
Harlem Shake has been holding down the corner of 124th and Lenox Avenue for some time.
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For the second year, I was honored to attend the James Beard Foundation Harlem EatUp! dinner at the James Beard House. This year brought together another awesome collection and representation of Harlem’s culturally diverse community.
What a response this year to our third annual I’m So AmNewsFOOD Harlem EatUp! contest. A big thank you to all that entered, and for those not selected, we hope you will try again next year and tell a friend.
A couple of weeks back I was invited down to the Wall Street area for a midafternoon light lunch and floral arranging session. Mostly motivated by food and tasting the victuals of chef Vanessa Cantaves again, guests arrived to a ...
Pastry chef Sahera Threats made her dreams a reality nearly a year ago when she turned her passion into a business by opening Pastry Lover’s Choice on Staten Island.
We are excited to present the following three winners May 20 and May 21 in the Ultimate Grand Tasting at the Harlem Stroll of Harlem EatUp! 2017
The third annual Harlem EatUp! festival is less than one month away! We are preparing our stomachs, ears, eyes and souls for all of the food, music, art and culture Harlem has to offer.
We mustn’t forget about the side dishes at the holiday table, especially because spring has sprung and all of our favorite vegetables are back and better than before. Here is my recipe for my favorite, roasted asparagus with mushroom breadcrumbs.
When I see blossoms in Harlem, it makes me feel a certain way.
There is no time to mince, chop or dice words. We are still taking submissions for the third annual “I’m So AmNewsFOOD” contest to sample your foods at the Harlem EatUp! Festival.
Last week I had the honor of being one of the judges at East Harlem’s Hot Bread Kitchen for the first Harlem Market Challenge, created and sponsored by Citi in partnership with the Harlem EatUp! Festival.
Do you have a friend, colleague or family member who is just beginning their career as a food maker?