Haijing Bai opened Zing’s Awesome Rice on the Lower East Side to prove that Chinese food “can be beautiful, elegant and even sexy,” she tells World Journal.
Some in Bayside, Queens, including state Sen. Tony Avella, accuse a woman of illegally operating a food business out of her home, reports Korea Daily.
The dishes at Fung Tu, a Chinese-American restaurant located between the Lower East Side and Chinatown, are inspired in part by the favorite foods of executive chef Jonathan Wu’s grandparents, SinoVision reports.
The Healthy Bodega Initiative has offered workshops to bodega employees in the South Bronx on how to provide healthy eating options while remaining financially stable, reports Mott Haven Herald.
Eat Offbeat, a food delivery service slated to start next month in New York City, will offer meals cooked by refugees hired by the business as chefs, reports Brooklyn Ink.
In this month’s episode of CUNY TV’s “Asian American Life,” meet one of the youngest elected officials in the nation and get a taste of Asian foods from a Filipino holiday dessert to Korean-Latin fusion cuisine to the Korean staple dish of kimchi.
An American has brought jianbing, or Chinese crepes, to New York, reports World Journal.
Authentic Korean flavors and dishes, plus karaoke, will be on offer at Insa, a new spot in Gowanus, Park Slope Stoop reports.
On a stretch of First Avenue crowded with Filipino restaurants, a new restaurant is making its mark.
A taste of the tropics can be found at Mahalo New York Bakery on Myrtle Avenue in Queens, reports QNS.com
Tony Hillery founded Harlem Grown to instill healthy eating habits among kids in Harlem. He does so with plots of farmland where kids can grow their own food, including one on West 134th Street that has produced more than a ton of fruits and vegetables, reports The Riverdale Press.
The remaining kosher butchers have looked for new ways to survive and stay in business, reports The Tablet.
Adding their voice to protests across South Africa against proposed tuition hikes at universities, nearly a hundred rallied in front of Madiba Restaurant in Fort Greene, with the support of its politically active owner, reports The Brooklyn Ink.
A diverse team led by chef Kelvin Fernandez brings “edgy Latin cuisine” to Riverdale, reports The Riverdale Press.
Mexico Blvd.’s food truck won’t be serving the lunchtime crowd in midtown anymore, reports Astoria Post.