Food

Manhattan Food Pantries

Manhattan Food Pantries: Good Shepherd Church 108 Cooper St., (between 207th and Isham Streets) 212.567.1300 Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Need ID. Holy Trinity Church/Helping Hands Pantry 20 Cumming St. (between Broadway and Seaman Avenue) 212.781.1113 Once every other month...

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Hands on cuisine

For over a quarter-century, Massawa Restaurant has been helping people dig in. Massawa combines the culinary traditions of Ethiopia and Eritrea, in which silverware is not needed. In some of the world’s most populous countries, including India and Bangladesh, the majority of the population...

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A Salad to Live For
Una ensalada por la cual vivir

Fresh fruits and vegetables can help boost your immune system and energy levels, and seasonal activities can become more enjoyable.
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Pushing the sweet stuff
Un carrito con golisinas

Alejandro Nino is a pusher, a man of the streets. He’d be the first to admit it. Nino offers his wares from a specially reconstructed stroller that he uses...
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Pushing the sweet stuff

Alejandro Nino is a pusher, a man of the streets. He’d be the first to admit it. Nino offers his wares from a specially reconstructed stroller that he uses to store and showcase his shiny, sweet goods. So perfectly rigged is his store-on-wheels that there is a refrigerated unit to keep the treats cool and fresh.

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Frozen treats, served with flash

Delicias congeladas, servidas con luces

Victor Sidberry, codueño de la nueva tienda de yogurt VS Berry en Inwood, estaba buscando llenar un vacío. “Parece ser que todos los nuevos negocios...
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Frozen treats, served with flash

Victor Sidberry, co-owner of Inwood's new VS Berry frozen yogurt shop, was looking to fill a void. "It seems like all the new businesses in the neighborhood are bars or clubs. We wanted to have someplace that was designed to be kid-friendly,” he remarked.

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When you wish upon a knish
Cuando deseas un ‘knish’

Baseball season may be winding down, but the chance to enjoy a ballpark style hot dog endures. Loeser’s Kosher Deli in Kingsbridge has...
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When you wish upon a knish

Baseball season may be winding down, but the chance to enjoy a ballpark style hot dog endures. Loeser’s Kosher Deli in Kingsbridge has this American delicacy from Hebrew National year round. Fredy Loeser, who opened the store with his father when he was 17, has seen many interesting...

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Scoop serves it up
Scoop sirve

However you like your chicken, choices abound uptown. There is chicken roasted, stewed and fried; there are wings, breasts or thighs; dark meat...
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Smart Snacking for Back to School

Bocadillos inteligentes para el regreso a clases

With the start of the school year around the corner, now is the perfect time for parents to ramp up efforts at infusing their kids'...
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A novel tradition

For thirty years, the Mitchell family has operated Brother Roy’s Green Garden Health Food Store on White Plains Road in Williamsbridge.
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