Calling All Little And Big Pumpkins To Join The 9th Annual Harlem Harvest Festival 2018

One of Harlem’s most anticipated events returns for its 9th year. Harlem Harvest Festival, a signature program of Harlem Park to Park, celebrates the harvest season with an impressive sampling of some of Harlem’s top local vendors. Continue Reading →

From Marcus Samuelsson To Umami-Rich Sauce, Harlem Swings At The US Open

The lineup of top chefs feeding the crowds at this year’s US Open, which begins on Monday, rivals the tennis stars — Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Karolina Pliskova and Venus Williams, among them — competing for top prizes. Continue Reading →

For Refugees From East Harlem To The Middle East, Cooking Provides Path To Security

In a kitchen in Queens, New York, a chef named Dhuha is making potato kibbeh—Middle Eastern croquettes made with ground beef—that the women in her family taught her how to shape just so. Continue Reading →

‘Bad Gurl’ Cooking Up Good Things In East Harlem Kitchen Incubator

harlem-food-incubatorJet Toomer was chopping up some collard greens when she had a realization.”I should be making some burgers,” Toomer said. “I don’t want people to think that I make salads.” Continue Reading →


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