Marcus Samuelsson: Grilled Sausage and Pepper Sandwich Recipe

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By Marcus Samuelsson

The sausage and pepper sandwich is the kind of classic combo that will never go out of style and is always delicious. Because it’s such a simple sandwich, you can easily tweak it in any number of ways. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Melba At The New York City Wine & Food Festival

melba at food network event1Harlem business owner Melba was at the Down-Home Country Brunch Hosted By Trisha Yearwood at the New York City Wine & Food Festival on Sunday, October 19th, 2014. Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: At The Food Network’s New York City Wine And Food Festival Breakfast

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I was representin’ Harlem World Magazine at the Food Network’s New York City Wine and Food Festival’s “Founders Welcome Breakfast” at the Hudson Hotel on Friday morning, October 17th, 2014. Continue Reading →

The Official Fruit of NY Can Jazz Up Your Coleslaw

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By Karen Smith-Hagman, RN, MSN, EmblemHealth

Apples are the official fruit of New York State and one of the best-known symbols of fall. There are more than 7,500 varieties of apples; many of them are grown in New York and available at farmers markets around the city.

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The Cecil Named 2014 Best Restaurant In America

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This evening Esquire Magazine will unveil the winners of their first annual American Food & Drink Awards at The Cecil in Harlem, NY.   Continue Reading →

Harlem Harvest Festival 2nd Annual Bake Off 2014

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Harlem Harvest Festival’s nine (9) selected bake-off competition finalists’ desserts will be judged and a winner announced live at the Saturday October 11th from 2:30-3:30pm. First, Second, Third Place and Fan Favorite awards will be presented with prize ribbons to the winners along with the Whole Foods Market gift cards (and other prizes).  Continue Reading →

Top African Restaurant Picks In Harlem

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African sister and Forbes contributor Farai Gundan reports on the best restaurants in Harlem, she said that, “I am an African. I am an African foodie. I am an African foodie in New York,” my remixed version of Sting’s classic song “Englishman in New York”.

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