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planning the next eating holiday
Happy Thanksgiving, Harlem!
When Halloween is over, the next seasonal step is Thanksgiving, right? So why am I only seeing advertisements for Christmas? There is so much joy to be had in the in-between. I find it especially frustrating because I have been thinking about a new stuffing idea I want to try with spicy lamb merguez sausage and persimmon. Thanksgiving, Turkey, Dutch oven, chicken, jalapeno, garlic, bird, gravy, heavy cream,
When one thinks of food and film, it is usually a date night: either an early movie with post-viewing debate/discussion about the film’s finer and lesser moments over pasta and wine or, vice versa, letting your server know that you are catching a movie in a hour and to speed the plough.
I absolutely love this time of the year for more than just the beautiful change in foliage and the weather
Happy Halloween, Harlem ghouls
Happy All Hallow’s Eve to you, Harlem.
Who doesn’t love a dumpling?
Saturday turned out to be a gorgeous fall day without the rain that was expected. Someone upstairs knew it was the annual Harlem Harvest Festival, presented by Harlem Park to Park. There were little faces, families and hungry Harlemites who were counting on the festivities to carry on.
It’s that time of year when you need to add an extra hour of cardio and some more weight training to your workout routine in order to offset all of the calories consumed. Moderation is the key, but then again, this is just once a year, so let’s just throw it into the wind.