TD Jakes’ Daughter Sarah Releases New Book, Speaks On Getting Pregnant At 13

Sarah-JakesLike every girl, Sarah Jakes dreamed of a life full of love, laughter, and happy endings. But her dreams changed dramatically when she became pregnant at age thirteen, a reality only compounded by the fact that her father, Bishop T.D. Jakes, was one of the most influential megachurch pastors in the nation. Continue Reading →

Kelis New Cooking Show Airs

kelis-in-the-kitchenHarlem mom, and recording artists Kelis certainly has an obsession with food these days. Not only is Food the name of her upcoming new album, but the songstress is also a bit of a chef herself. Continue Reading →

Fairway Market Gets Hot During This Cold Weather

fairway-marketIt may be freezing outside, but inside Fairway Market it is hot and spicy. Indeed, Fairway is now offering home style tamales and empanadas through its new Latin Table line in all 14 stores in the tri-state area. Continue Reading →

Kelis Talks About Her New Hustle (video)

HipHollywood recently caught up with Harlem momma Kelis about her forthcoming album, ‘Food.’ Continue Reading →

Harlem At Men Cooking For Change Fundraiser 2012

This awesome culinary event kicks off the Holiday Season with participation by some of the cities top chefs, caterers and restaurants. Continue Reading →

Walter’s World: Aureole Celebrates Aureole

By Walter Rutledge

Paul Taylor’s groundbreaking masterwork Aureole celebrates it’s fiftieth anniversary this season and to mark this milestone renowned Chef Charlie Palmer has created a special menu that will be offered at his Aureole Restaurant throughout the month of March. Continue Reading →

Sweet Georgia Scott—Down There and Up Here In Harlem

By Yolande Brener

Globetrippin’s chandelier, bookshelves and offer of cookie painting enticed me in to try a Chinese floral tea. Continue Reading →

Dining with Miss Lil: Taking Stock

By Lil Nickelson

listHow many times have you said, “There’s nothing here to eat?” You use this as a reason to justify buying take out. The truth is your refrigerator and cabinets are filled with stuff, but it would take you too long to get it together. Cooking is easier when you have what you need available.

Even better is when you first have to throw out stuff you purchased the last time you went shopping that has spoiled before you can put new purchases away. Times are tough; stop wasting your money on food you don’t use.

Do you go grocery shopping without checking your inventory only to discover you forgot to pick up the item you were out of that you need to cook a dish? Ever discover you already have two opened items on the shelf that you just purchased a third one of? Do you buy enough fruits and vegetables to make sure every family member is getting enough daily servings?

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