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Timing is certainly everything and there is no better way to continue our Harlem Happening History series, and celebrating Harlem’s makers, than the 10th annual Harlem Restaurant Week. It begins on March 1st and runs through the 15th. So, what is new this year? EVERYTHING!
For our first Harlem Happening History installment, I sat down with Chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson at his newly opened fast casual restaurant, Fieldtrip, in Harlem. He is doing great things both in and out of the kitchen and in and out of Harlem.
Whether your Valentine’s Day is with someone special or just a little self-love, Harlem restaurants have set up the space and moment for you.
Before I get all up in conversations with some of my favorite chefs, I did a little research on our Harlem restaurants creating a special dish or menu for Black History Month.
Just this week I had the opportunity to return to East Harlem’s Tastings Social space (251 East 110th Street, tastingsnyc.com) and once again taste the culinary magic of executive chef Cedric Durand and experience exceptional hospitality.
A very happy new year to all of you. I am sure the holidays were exactly what was needed, whether that is together-time or just you time.
No time or words to waste. Here is my annual turkey recipe for Donna, Ms....
have much more to tell you about my “best life” back in Barbados, but gobble day is just two weeks away and I want you to live your best turkey life.
It was a lazy end of summer Sunday in Harlem.
Well, good end of summer to all. I hope the time away from the city and/or your normal routine fed your soul and spirit. Bring on fall.