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We are pleased to present a special recipe from Chef Eric, a graduate and long-time staff member of The Doe Fund. Eric is the lead instructor of our ACF-Certified training program, which prepares formerly homeless and incarcerated men for gainful employment in the food service...

This is a special recipe from our very own Chef Danny, who is both a graduate and long-time staff member of The Doe Fund. Over the year’s Danny has played many roles and helped in countless ways to empower the men in our Culinary Arts...

Try this recipe out for family, friends, or just for plain old fun, and let us know how it came out! 5lbs Rye Flour 5lbs All Purpose Flour 5oz Yeast 8oz Molasses 6tbsps Caraway Seeds 4oz Vegetable Oil 1tbsp Salt 5lbs Water   Place warm water and yeast together in a bowl, and let ferment....

On Sunday, we had our first Ridgewood Market Event. One of our best sellers was the Autumn Apple Bread. This delicious bread has a wonderful spongy texture. It is very light and is seasonal treat  filled with apples, walnuts, cloves and fresh spices. Enjoy! Ingredients: 5 Apples (peeled...

Last week, our culinary department paired tasty bites with some of our very special sauces for some equally special Foodie guests who toured our Harlem facility.  The guests were from New York City's amazingly talented Whole Foods Markets team. And the sauces came straight from our kitchens. The sauces included...

Sesame Rolls Having the opportunity to eat fresh baked bread, straight from the oven, is a highlight for our trainees after cleaning the frigid streets of NYC every day.  We take pride in preparing our bread from scratch, ensuring that the “men in blue” receive hearty,...