Recipes

Anthony, better known as “Tyson”, moved from North Carolina to New York City 20 years ago. Upon arrival, he searched hard for a job but was unable to find one. To support himself, Tyson turned to illegal activity and eventually found himself in prison. On the...

In honor of our special friend Julien Dougherty’s memory, we prepared an array of our favorite dishes. One of our favorite recipes to make for breakfast, and a farmer’s market fan favorite, is our scones. While scones can be challenging to prepare, our recipe simplifies...

Halloween is a magical time of the season, where trick-or-treaters and playful costumes abound. Though many of the holiday’s traditions are intended for children, we are pleased to share the fun with readers of all ages. Our pumpkin fritters are a delicious indulgence sure to...

Corn is in abundance throughout the summer and can be prepared in a variety of ways to enhance its natural sweetness. One of its most popular uses is in corn chowder. Corn chowder is traditionally a comfort food indigenous to New England. Our creamy corn...

Despite the worthy competition last Saturday at Harlem Harvest's bake-off, we took home first place with our decadent chocolate pecan brownie. Chocolate lovers will delight at this unique brownie, which is richly dense with chocolate and packed with pecans. Once you try our chocolate pecan...

As the fall weather sets in and cool chill fills the air, there’s nothing like a hearty vegetable soup to warm your soul. Our hearty black bean vegetable soup is the perfect standalone meal or side dish for vegetarians and omnivores alike. Ingredients: (6 servings) 1 tablespoon virgin...

Don’t worry if our last post left you with an aching sweet tooth. Our sliced almond cake is the perfect remedy. Sophisticatedly balanced and adorable in appearance, this light almond-filled cake is a treat guaranteed to brighten your day.   Ingredients:  (36 mini cakes) 6 cups almond paste 6...