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Where does the time go? No really, summer is waning. It is August, Halloween decorations are in stores and friends are posting pictures of their children with #backtoschool! I am not ready.
The seventh annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival welcomed more than 15,000 guests Sunday, July 23.
When one of your great Cali friends blows into town and asks to get lunch, you quickly assess the day’s responsibilities.
I am so grateful for all of the local farmers this time of year with awesome produce, meats and products. It is the only time I think to go. However, there are other opportunities for city dwellers to get farm fresh produce that always escape my timing.
…and I (along with many others) keep on takin’ it.
was quickly hustling my way across (…up, down?) Atlantic Avenue when I walked by a store I heard of many times. I thought, “Well, I am here, just take a quick lookie-loo,” and into Sahadi’s I went.
A tradition might be starting … my birthday and great food.
Last week was all about broccoli. Thanks for indulging me. I hope you enjoyed it...
The third annual Harlem EatUp! festival is less than one month away! We are preparing our stomachs, ears, eyes and souls for all of the food, music, art and culture Harlem has to offer.
We mustn’t forget about the side dishes at the holiday table, especially because spring has sprung and all of our favorite vegetables are back and better than before. Here is my recipe for my favorite, roasted asparagus with mushroom breadcrumbs.