Talking SCHOP! A stuffed cap

Where do recipes come from? For me, I look for what is available seasonally in the grocery store...

Joosed! Lloyd’s Carrot Cake celebrates 30th anniversary

While celebrating their 30th anniversary, Lloyd’s Carrot Cake expands to a retail space that’s right next to 6087 Broadway, Bronx, N.Y. Their new shop will feature a new juice bar called Joosed by Lloyd’s.

Muhammed Mosque No. 7 hosts healthy eating seminar

Muhammad Mosque No. 7 is hosting the live seminar.

The BCA Global Food & Wine Experience

The Black Culinary Alliance’s 12th annual Global Food & Wine Experience will take place tomorrow, Friday, April 8.

Talking SCHOP! An evergreen friendship

A taste of the Evergreen State, Seattle!

‘I’m so AmNewsFOOD’ Contest 2016

AmNewsFOOD is at it again highlighting Harlem food makers during the second annual Harlem EatUp! with the “I’m So AmNewsFOOD” contest.

The Cecil: New menu, lunch too?

The Cecil, Harlem’s Afro-Asian-American brasserie has not only flipped up their menu but is now serving lunch, too!

‘Taste of India’ in Harlem

Lara Land, owner of Harlem’s Land Yoga Studio, presents “Taste of India,” a Bollywood-style fundraiser benefitting Three and a Half Acres Yoga, a nonprofit organization committed to communities of color and/or of moderate income.

Talking SCHOP! Masters of meat

The first ever Charcuterie Masters was held at the historic Flushing Town Hall on Northern Boulevard in Queens, showcasing the best meat makers across the country.

Own a restaurant? Go here!

The 23rd annual International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York is a must-attend event bringing together thousands of foodservice, restaurant and hospitality professionals from New York State and the surrounding areas.

Harlem food on film

Last week, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture celebrated “Harlem on My Plate,” a documentary short film that explores the history of Harlem’s food renaissance.

Harlem Burger & Wine Fest

There is a new hot couple in the neighborhood. Both residents of Lenox Avenue, one has been shaking it up for a couple of years and the other is an ingénue, a new vintage in Harlem.

Pop-up restaurant serving homeless to open in Harlem

New restaurant opens in Harlem catering to the homeless.

Food media interns wanted

Do you have what it takes? We are looking for some creative, ambitious, focused, passionate and resourceful interns to be part of the team.

Jamaican condiment king inducted into hall of fame

Winston Stona, co-founder of Busha Browne, was inducted into the Specialty Food Association Hall of Fame 2016 class for his leadership in the specialty food industry.