Last year, to celebrate the passing of yet another birthday, I took my main man out to dinner.
I am grateful for so much in my life, but none more so than family and friends and friends who are family.
A very happy New Year to you! I hope 2016 brings you all of what you hope and for which you have prepared.
Happy New Year! In preparing to write this piece, our last of 2015, we were blown away by all the food that has been cooked and eaten by the people we have met in the places we have been.
Harlem’s Eighth Avenue adds yet one more restaurant to the list with the opening of Row House (@RowHouseHarlem, 2128 Frederick Douglass Blvd., 212-256-0019, www.rowhouseharlem.com) on the corner of 115th Street.
What’s better this holiday season than gathering with friends and family over good food, laughter and libation? Nothing!
Though the current weather might not be preparing us, the official beginning of winter is less than two weeks away and three days before Christmas.
I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends.
A very happy Thanksgiving to all. I hope the day brings you togetherness, joy and tons of leftovers—all for which to be thankful.
There are two seasons of the year that make me joyous with wonderment. The first is spring, with all of the new blooms and their emergence from winter’s frost. The other is fall.
Don’t let this mild weather fool you. Time is still passing and we have arrived, yet again, to the holiday season.
This week is not the first Restaurant Week you have heard of in New York City.
You know when you have worked a long and hard week filled with late hours, crowded commutes and general isolation from your day-in-day-out life?
Earlier this month, chef Tai Muhammed of the Cecil hand-delivered some of the 40 meals she prepared for homebound elderly Harlemites as part of the Chefs Deliver for Citymeals program.
After all of these years, I finally made it to the Fancy Food Show at the Javitz Center.