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The fourth annual Harlem EatUp! festival is officially in the books! The food and drink were still flowing and the fun broke the sound barrier.
This week I was invited to the first annual #EatLocalEastHarlem food event, highlighting the foods from East Harlem restaurants and food makers.
I really love what I do. You are probably rolling your eyes saying, “Of course you do! You get to eat and drink and write about it.”
Like a late blooming tree in spring, just like that, it is time once again for the fourth annual Harlem EatUp! festival taking place this Monday, May 14, through Sunday, May 20, here in our community.
Last week I returned from a quick respite to Bermuda. Not even our plane being rerouted to and grounded for four hours in Boston could dampen the emotional high from my stay.
So, I was in the supermarket last week meal planning and shopping for one of my weekly clients...
Last week I had the honor to attend Harlem and Paris Meet in Midtown, a dinner at Sofitel New York.
And just like that, it is time again to begin our search for our fourth annual Amsterdam News “I’m So AmNewsFOOD!” Harlem EatUp! contest.
Yes, we are all highly anticipating the release of “Black Panther” in Black History Month!
I have known chef JJ Johnson for more than 10 years since he was the first chef at Nectar Wine Bar, an annex gathering spot to the then Harlem Vintage (not Vintage Harlem).