Butcher Imran Uddin continues to serve customers at Madani Halal, founded by his recently deceased father, while he contemplates his future role in the Bangladeshi community of Queens.
New York State Assembly member Ron Kim spoke about a bill he co-sponsored that would help protect restaurants from arbitrary health inspections and fines, Korea Daily reports.
Sing Tao Daily tells the personal story of Long Deng, the man behind the first publicly listed Chinese supermarket on the NASDAQ.
SinoVision English Channel visits the Museum of Food and Drink in Williamsburg for their exhibition on Chinese-American restaurants.
With “draconian cuts” looming for food assistance programs, a Food Bank for New York City report forecasts a grim future for city pantries, reports Manhattan Times.
With the help of Arsalan Naeem, BKLYNER takes viewers to South Asian restaurants on Coney Island Avenue in Brooklyn, in the inaugural episode of “Eating With Arsalan.”
Brooklyn’s Sahadi food emporium, described as a “bulk bin wonderland,” has won the James Beard Foundation Award, report Brooklyn Paper and Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
A North Korean defector, now a reality TV star in South Korea, visited NYC recently, reports Korea Daily.
El Diario/La Prensa tells the story of Víctor Navarrete, who came to New York from Mexico to study English and, after working as a busboy and overcoming serious problems, ended up co-owning an Italian restaurant in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.
Newark hosted its annual New Jersey Coquito Masters Competition, which awarded the best locally-made coquito, a rum and coconut milk beverage considered Puerto Rico’s national drink, Reporte Hispano reports.
TK Kitchen in the East Village draws a crowd – and some famous guests.
The rosca de reyes, a traditional Mexican cake for the Three Kings celebration, is easy to find in New York City, Diario de México USA reports.
Remezcla reports on 24 restaurants across the country, including some in NYC, which have pledged to offer themselves as safe spaces and sanctuaries against hate, racism and xenophobia.
A new Museum of Food and Drink exhibition takes a look at how Chinese immigrants have influenced the U.S. culinary scene through Chinese restaurants, reports World Journal.
Errol Miller, of Errol’s Caribbean Bakery, has been ordered to leave the Flatbush Avenue property by the end of February, reports Ditmas Park Corner. Longtime and new patrons rallied in support of the 15-year-old bakery.