SChopgirl reviews Watkins Health Foods & Juice Bar on west 125th St. in Harlem.
"SChopgirl" Kysha Harris shares her recipe for a curry chicken dish.
"SChopgirl" Kysha Harris shares one of her recipes for Salmon with Pecans and Rosemary.
I see the buds on the trees—spring is right under this snow. Therefore, I am pulling back the reins to do some body “spring cleaning.”
With all of this snow, ice and cold we’ve been having, a quick last-minute island escape would be beyond divine. Thank goodness spring is just around the corner, but if patience is not your strong suit, there’s a ray of ...
Wednesday, Feb. 18, Harlem Park to Park (@HarlemPark2Park, HP2P) presented the third annual Harlem Hospitality and Culinary Conference, newly set at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (@SchomburgCenter).
Traif being the Yiddish word for non-kosher, is this little eatery that celebrates pork, shellfish and globally inspired soul food. I say, “Got it,” “Yes” and “Bring it on!”
Are you looking for a little something special to add to your Valentine’s Day cocktail? Something that perhaps might induce that stare, that glimmer in the eye, that je ne sais quoi of your betrothed? The answer lies in Africa’s ...
Now, if there were only a way to capture that food moment, put it in a box and take it home, you would. Enter Try the World (@TryTheWorld), an online subscription service that brings the flavors of the world to ...
SChopGirl shares a recipe from David Chang for a roasted pork butt--Korean style.
Chicken drumsticks are always a hit, and they are perfect for a Super Bowl gathering because of their easy one-hand eating. Here’s a simple, easy and quick recipe.
No matter the Roman numerals that follow, the Super Bowl proves to be a great American tradition about the convivial experience, the togetherness and, of course, the food.
Newly refurbished and reopen for business, Empire Diner offers patrons good, simple food and friendly service in a comforting atmosphere.
There is an old saying that whatever you are doing on New Year’s Eve is a symbol of what your coming year will be.
Happy holidays, everyone! Again, I find myself wondering where the time went and reducing the year to simply hot and cold—cold always meaning the end.