Marcus Samuelsson’s Leftover Thanksgiving Hash Recipe

6089780159_b89f2743da_z-1Harlem Chef Marcus Samuelsson talks about a great Leftover Thanksgiving Hash Recipe:

In Sweden there’s a dish called pytt i panna that’s literally translated to little pieces in a pan. Continue Reading →

Dining with Miss Lil: Keep or Create Family Traditions

TurkeyBy Lil Nickelson

Thanksgiving is a great time to teach your kids about cooking and entertaining with your style.  Make them play different roles throughout the process so that they can observe and learn.  Continue Reading →

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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 →

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: Live Cook Off for Teens in Harlem

Three weeks ago in the journal Pediatrics, a federal study stated that type 2 diabetes, and pre diabetes rates are soaring among American teens. 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 →

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 →

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Walter’s World: Pre- Holiday Week of Events

By Walter Rutledge

After an extended weekend of Thanksgiving dinners and robust shopping this week promises to be an eventful prelude to the holiday season. Dance, Opera and Theater abound throughout the city with many outstanding productions taking place in Harlem. Continue Reading →

For parents across the country, the end of summer marks much more than cooler weather and light jackets. As you begin to trade long summer days for cool fall mornings, the biggest thing on your mind is the new school year. As you make this transition, you are being bombarded by everything from news stories and television commercials to flyers and shopping circulars with advice on how to make the upcoming school year one that guarantees the success of your children. Continue Reading →