Grits, fried chicken and collard greens are some of the dishes soul food lovers crave. Two restaurants in Harlem are putting a North African spin on these old favorites.
The Treats Truck, one of a growing number of food trucks in the city, is offering holiday-themed confections this month.
A rooftop garden in Greenpoint yields produce for a farmers market and local restaurants.
The Bushwick farmers market brings organic and locally produced food to a neighborhood plagued by obesity.
Chocolate makers from around the world passed out samples at the annual Chocolate Show, with some touting the treat as art and an anti-depressant, while others promoted "fair trade" brands.
There's an effort afoot to alter traditional Thanksgiving Day meals to include more healthful ingredients.
Volunteers lived on minimal food for five days in an effort draw awareness to possible cuts to the food stamps program.
The Lower East Side's past, present and future as a center of the sweet and sour was celebrated recently at International Pickle Day. This year's festival attracted more than 18,000 people and 25 pickle vendors.