Here are our highlights for the 7-day festival.
Highlights included dishes from Sylvia’s, Red Rooster, Lolo’s Seafood Shack and fish and chips from a Reykjavik-based restaurant.
Presenting sponsor Audi, the food team at Google, and chefs José Andrés and Marcus Samuelsson join us next month for Food Loves Tech.
It’s rare that a food event has so many different goals, but stakeholders from all sides of the equation seemed satisfied with the turnout.
Other than fine dining, the festivalgoers can attend panel discussions about the past and present of Harlem’s culinary scene.
On February 17th, Harlem Park to Park held its third annual Hospitality and Culinary Conference to discuss their progress and what steps should be next in elevating Harlem to meet and exceed the glory it saw in the height of the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920s.
The book is full of recipes Marcus loves to cook at home, and this is one you’ll want to make in yours, before summer produce is gone for good.
This week, our editors wonder about the origins of Kraft Foods, the dark side of the tea industry and the intersection of food and place.
In time to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day, chef Marcus Samuelsson organized “a conversation in art and food” at Red Rooster Harlem.
Harvest Home has worked to bring fresh produce from local farms into low-income neighborhoods. And now as the food stamp program — or SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — is under attack in Congress, their mission is more important than ever.
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Despite a modest demeanor and a London address, he might be New York’s most influential cook.