Food

Getting Good Mexican Fare in Sunset Park – While You Can

Getting Good Mexican Fare in Sunset Park – While You Can

Brooklyn, Food, Mexican July 18, 2018 at 12:17 pm

Brooklyn Based takes a look at some Mexican eateries on 5th Avenue in Sunset Park.

The Brownsville Community Culinary Center offers free sliders and ice cream and ice tea to the neighborhood.
Chloe Hadley (L) and Travis Maxwell (R) cook jerk chicken and sliders. For a neighborhood celebration, BCCC students Chloe Hadley, left, and Travis Maxwell cooked jerk chicken and sliders (Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein via The Bridge)

Food and Jobs on the Menu in Brownsville

African, Brooklyn, Food, Labor, Youth July 11, 2018 at 2:25 pm

For a year now, the Brownsville Community Culinary Center has served up food “inspired by the history of the African diaspora” and offered a culinary training program, reports The Bridge.

Hongjun Yu, owner of Tang’s Noodle, at the Canal Street restaurant. (Photo via Sing Tao Daily)

Chinese Immigrant Restaurateur Struggles with Culture Shock

Business, East Asian, Food, Immigration, Manhattan July 9, 2018 at 3:58 pm

For a restauranteur from China, running a restaurant in Chinatown proved more difficult than he imagined as the procedure to open one differs greatly between China and New York. He shares his experience with Sing Tao Daily.

Digging into a cool dish at The Coffee Factory in Flushing (Photo via The Korean Times)

Cold Korean Dishes to Beat the Heat

East Asian, Food, Manhattan, New York, Queens July 5, 2018 at 1:29 pm

Koreans and others are partaking of cold noodles and other dishes during the current heat wave in NYC, The Korea Times reports.

(Photo via Bklyner)

Eastern European Market Open 24 Hours in Sheepshead Bay

Brooklyn, Business, Eastern European, Food June 20, 2018 at 6:49 pm

NetCost Market, the largest grocery store in Brooklyn to serve customers from Eastern European, opened a new 24-hour location in Sheepshead Bay. Bklyner pays a visit.

(Photo via vishwanews.com)

Nepal’s Bajeko Sekuwa (‘Grandpa’s Grilled Meat’) Comes to NYC

Business, Food, Queens, South Asian June 18, 2018 at 4:18 pm

Bajeko Sekuwa (Grandpa’s Grilled Meat), a trusted name in Nepal, comes to NYC, reports Vishwa News.

$1 Million for a Halal and Kosher Lunch Pilot in NYC

$1 Million for a Halal and Kosher Lunch Pilot in NYC

Education, Food, Government, Health, Jewish, Muslim, New York June 14, 2018 at 5:52 pm

The City Council has allocated $1 million toward a halal and kosher lunch pilot program for the schools.

Fort Hamilton Army Base by Bay Ridge and Dyker Heights in Brooklyn (Photo by Stefano Giovannini via Brooklyn Daily)

‘They Always Give the Delivery Guys a Problem’

Brooklyn, Food, Labor June 11, 2018 at 9:15 pm

Brooklyn Daily speaks to employees of local eateries who describe what deliverymen regularly go through when bringing food to the Fort Hamilton Army Base.

Sisig burger from Tama (Photo via Asian Journal)

Finding Filipino Food in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, Food, Southeast Asian June 6, 2018 at 3:17 pm

Asian Journal gives “a Filipino gastronomic tour of Brooklyn,” highlighting a diverse array of restaurants that have opened within the last decade.

Co-owner of the German’s Soup in East Flatbush, Clinton Urling holds a bowl of his late father’s famous chicken soup. He says he and his older brother Hubert Urling Jr., who runs the flagship Georgetown location, make the soups following their father’s recipe. (Photo by Jason Speakman via Caribbean Life)

Offering Cow Heel Soup in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, Business, Food, South American May 30, 2018 at 4:40 pm

German’s Soup, a restaurant based in Guyana, has opened its first international branch in East Flatbush with the founder’s son as the co-owner, reports Caribbean Life.

(Photo by Henry Wang)

Taking in the Ninth Avenue Food Festival

Featured Posts, Food, Manhattan May 21, 2018 at 7:58 pm

Ethnic reporters checked out the Ninth Avenue International Food Festival.

Founder and executive director of Emma’s Torch Kerry Brodie (left), poses with culinary director Alexander Harris (right). (Photo by Giada Randaccio Skouras Sweeny via Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Empowering Refugees at Emma’s Torch

Brooklyn, Business, Food May 21, 2018 at 4:48 pm

Pop-up turned restaurant Emma’s Torch, located in Carroll Gardens, educates refugees, asylees, and human trafficking survivors in the culinary arts and the English language, reports Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Elotitas on the menu at Chicha (Photo via Bushwick Daily)

Bushwick’s First Nicaraguan Restaurant Opens

Brooklyn, Business, Food May 17, 2018 at 4:40 pm

Bushwick Daily describes what’s being offered at the recently opened Chicha, the neighborhood’s first Nicaraguan restaurant.

Traditional sizzling sisig at Max’s in Jersey City (Photo via The FilAm)

The ‘New Star’ of Filipino Cuisine

Food, New York, Southeast Asian May 7, 2018 at 6:07 pm

Ahead of Filipino Restaurant Week, The FilAm writes about sisig, a comfort food that has gained “mainstream” popularity.

For the "midnight snackers," a wide array of bites, from Gourmet Binatog (boiled corn kernals) to Purple Soup or Guinataan. (Photo via The FilAm)

NJ Food Truck Offers Filipino Comfort Food

Business, Food, Metro Area, South Asian April 4, 2018 at 4:51 pm

Marisse “Popsie” Panlilio of Popsie’s Food Truck sells Filipino comfort food in Jersey City. She shares her story with The FilAm.