Dining With Miss Lil: Just Food is Transforming NYers and Our Food Pt. #2

just-food-conf-2014-logo4By Lil Nickelson

The article below is part #2 of the article, to read part #1 please click here.

Last week I outlined how Just Food, a non-profit organization, is building a just and sustainable food system for NYC via CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture), farmers’ markets, community chefs and supplying fresh, locally grown food to food pantries.  Continue Reading →

Dining With Ms. LIl: Just Food is Connecting NYers with Healthy Food

Just Foods 6th Annual Tasting BenefitBy LIl Nickelson

Just Food is a non-profit organization that is helping feed healthy food to food insecure New Yorkers across the five boroughs through six (6) programs.  Continue Reading →

Dining With Miss Lil: Minton’s Playhouse is a Must

Wide_Shot_of_Mintons_Dining_RoomThe last time I was in Minton’s Playhouse was in May 2012.  With the permission of the owner of the space New York businessman Richard Parsons, Jazzmobile, Inc. hosted jazz music here as part of their contribution to the Harlem Jazz Shrines Festival 2012. Continue Reading →

Dining with Miss Lil: December 2013 Tis The Season

Josiah_Lewis_Jeniyah_Lewis_Asherie_Wilson_n_Miss_LilBy Lil Nickelson

From Thanksgiving through Kwanzaa I try to focus my attention on sharing the holiday season with people I love while we eat great meals that are prepared with love.  Continue Reading →

Dining with Miss Lil: Amali Restaurant Review

restaruant in lilBy Lil Nickelson

James Mallios and his fellow partners have designed Amali as a very comfortable, yet cozy and relaxing atmosphere for their guests to partake in some great tasting Mediterranean inspired food. Continue Reading →

Dining with Miss Lil: Learn More About The Quality of Your Food

Are you aware of GMOs or GEs and how they are impacting your life? GMOs stands for genetically modified organisms and GEs stand for genetically engineered foods. Continue Reading →

Dining With Ms. Lil: March 2012 Spring is Here

March is here, and spring time as a time of growth. More vendors are returning to my local farmers market with this season’s crops that have come to harvest. Continue Reading →