I recently had my commitment to demand customer service tested at a Saturday afternoon cooking class friends and I took to celebrate another friend’s birthday.
The WarmUp! to EatUp! fun continues with two events, tomorrow night with a dance and a family event Saturday. They are bound to capture your spirit and should not be missed.
Last week I waxed on about the fifth annual Harlem EatUp! festival (@HarlemEatUp), taking place May 13-19, 2019.
It is that time of year: I am so proud to announce the now fifth annual Harlem EatUp! festival!
The second of my friend Krista’s vegetarian bean recipes also comes from the New York Times Cooking, from Ali Slagle.
My good friend and neighbor, Krista, has been cooking up a storm as part of her New Year resolutions.
This month my business SCHOP! celebrates 17 years in business! SEVENTEEN!
Admittedly, I do not make it to East Harlem enough. I know I am missing a whole lot of awesome regional Mexican, Dominican, Puerto Rican and pan-Spanish foods as well as...
The organizers of African Restaurant Week produced a new week of events to celebrate Black History Month titled A Taste of Africa Week.
I do love some chili, especially on cold days like we have been having.
Here is our annual, what we are now calling, “sprinter” cleaning list for your kitchen. Take your time…and drink plenty of wine.
Yes, yes, NYC Winter Restaurant Week is happening all over the city, as we reported last week. However, we were remiss not to highlight East Harlem’s Uptown Winter Restaurant Week...
You know what this Sunday is and whether you like it or not, the food will always be a winner.
Jamaica was right on time because this weather…suspect…that is all. I am keeping my cornrows in, my glowing tan skin moisturized and sitting in the sun, inside my sealed and heated apartment.
Yes, I had my “luck in the new year” black-eyed peas Jan. 2. And? I had them, they were delicious and I feel lucky!