Last week I returned from a quick respite to Bermuda. Not even our plane being rerouted to and grounded for four hours in Boston could dampen the emotional high from my stay.
So, I was in the supermarket last week meal planning and shopping for one of my weekly clients...
Time is running out and we are still searching for you, you exceptional Harlem food makers, to sample at the fourth annual Harlem EatUp! Festival.
Although these showers might put a damper on your April days, May again brings the fourth annual Harlem EatUp! Festival, May 14 to May 20!
We have now officially moved into spring—a great time to clean out that kitchen. Here is your to-do list:
Food Bank For New York City partnered with celebrity chef, author and board member Katie Lee to launch Woman to Woman, a campaign to help address the critical needs of women and girls living in poverty in New York City.
You know that moment when you have just had enough? When the next 24 hours might be your undoing if you do not change your scenery? When you just need to get hell out of dodge? Well, that was me ...
Last week I had the honor to attend Harlem and Paris Meet in Midtown, a dinner at Sofitel New York.
And just like that, it is time again to begin our search for our fourth annual Amsterdam News “I’m So AmNewsFOOD!” Harlem EatUp! contest.
Yes, we are all highly anticipating the release of “Black Panther” in Black History Month!
I have known chef JJ Johnson for more than 10 years since he was the first chef at Nectar Wine Bar, an annex gathering spot to the then Harlem Vintage (not Vintage Harlem).
“Nobody ever tells you how much work you have to put in when you are a co-author of a cookbook,” said award-winning chef Joseph Johnson.
This Valentine’s Day, think outside the traditional chocolate box and shop for a socially good gift for your sweetie!
I have put the training in, and I am ready to suit up for Super Bowl LII! OK, so I am talking about food and not athletics, but do not get it twisted.
By now, it would seem I just cannot let go of 2017! This piece is my third (and final) reflection on the year that is sure to make another appearance in 2018.