Posts Tagged ‘Food’

Lunch Date

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Time Lapse Lunch from Syracuse in Focus on Vimeo.

Some Meals are Legendary

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016
Best of Breakfast: Wake Robin Vanilla Yogurt Parfait (Baliwick Market Cafe, Elbridge, NY)

Best of Breakfast: Wake Robin Vanilla Yogurt Parfait (Elbridge, NY)

Thanks to the Bailiwick Market Cafe (Elbridge, NY) for the hospitality and great food.

Sweet Perfection

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015
Chavis & Chavis, Creole Soul

Chavis & Chavis, Creole Soul

Let’s call this value added. We were impressed to see the live art fundraiser and performance by Dakaro last night, an event that benefited the Good Life Youth Foundation and the Dunbar (Center). But we were equally blown away by the tasty treats provided by Creole Soul: Their bread pudding can best be described as fluffdillyicious.

Designed for Success

Saturday, October 3rd, 2015
On Friday we got more information about  Helping Hands Urban Farm, an initiative headed by Mike Atkins. The projects works with at Dr. King School, which is located in an area of Syracuse identified as a food desert.

On Friday we got more information about Helping Hands Urban Farm, an initiative headed by Mike Atkins. The projects works with at Dr. King School, which is located in an area of Syracuse identified as a food desert.

Traction

Saturday, October 3rd, 2015


Dr. Joe Nimeh discussed his medical research and his gardening experience during the Syracuse Food Justice Symposium.

Urban Growth

Friday, October 2nd, 2015
Malik Kenyatta Yakini, Director, Detroit Black Community Food Security Network

Malik Kenyatta Yakini, Director, Detroit Black Community Food Security Network

Activist, educator, musician and food entrepreneur Malik Yakini was the keynote speaker for Day 1 of the Syracuse Food Justice Symposium tonight. He spoke about values of justice and equality as it relates to urban farming and the human side of sustainability. The event was held at All Saints’ Renewal Center.

Our interview with Yakini will appear soon.

Dining Out

Friday, September 11th, 2015
Who says food and fashion can't go together. Last night for the Landmarks...in addition to the live models Modern Malt (pictured) and Peppinos provided some light fare during the fashion experience.

The ladies of Modern Malt bringing appetizers to the streets help kick off Syracuse Fashion Week.

Who says food and fashion can’t go together. Last night’s Landmark Theater Window Project brought live models back to Walton (and Jefferson) Street,but this year Modern Malt and Peppino’s provided some light fare during the fashion experience.

Veggie Tales

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015
Cooking Demo, Downtown Farmer's Market

Cooking Demo, Downtown Farmer’s Market

Northeast Jazz & Wine Festival, Day 1: Sweet Spirits

Friday, July 24th, 2015
Goodway Bakery

We wondered why this couple from Goodway Bakery gave out free samples of their rum cakes.  But truthfully, once you had a taste of the buttery smooth concoction, it was almost impossible not to buy one. That or keep waking by to pick up another sample.  Both the free prize and their overall ebullience made their booth very popular on Friday evening.

Jazz Fest, Day 2: Food Flair

Saturday, July 18th, 2015
Our Favorite Food Truck

Our favorite food truck serves up an alternative to the garbage plate.