Scott, from The Nourishing Kitchen, lets us know how to spice up food while saving some money.
The New York City Department of Health and other leaders of the National Salt Reduction Initiative announced new guidelines on January 11 that will help food manufacturers and restaurants to limit the amount of salt they put into food.
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The People's Institute for Survival and BeyondNortheast Regional Office and the ANTI-RACIST ALLIANCE Celebrating Anti-racist ActivistDeacon Kenneth L. RadcliffeAndHonoring His Birthday and Lifetime Work for Justice At the February Antiracist Potluck! Friday, February 19, 2010
Stop by The Nourishing Kitchen of New York City tomorrow between 11am and 2 pm for a free hot meal and free food stamp pre-screening! See if you may be eligible for food stamp benefits!
We're at 281 Pleasant Ave. (right as the corner of 115th and Pleasant)
A video from The Nourishing Kitchen of NYC's Jessica and Chef Gina, that explains how to make the perfect pasta.
The Children's Health Fund created a helpful food guide for residents and visitors of Central Harlem. It was created as a tool for a healthy eating lifestyle. The guide is a directory of over 50 food locations located throughout Central Harlem, such as supermarkets, farmers' markets, restaurants, and juice bars!
You are invited to participate in a weight loss challenge!!
As CSA Program Manager at Just Food, Paula Lukats realizes that being able to buy and eat healthy food is something that affects all New Yorkers-but that some of us find more challenging than others. Here she talks about what "food justice" means and how you can get involved in the New York City movement to make sure good food is available for all!
Harlem Word: Paula Lukats explains that CSAs don’t just bring you fresh food; they show you how to use them
Paula Lukats loves working with communities to give them choices and control about the food they eat. She runs the CSA Program at Just Food, a non-profit with the goal of bringing fresh and healthy food to New York City residents. Just Food also wants its members to learn how to cook the vegetables they get directly from farmers in the New York area. Find out more below!
Paula Lukats, the CSA Program Manager at Just Food first became involved with CSAs by becoming a CSA member herself. Working with NYC community members, she has helped to create more than 80 Just Food CSAs so that New Yorkers can buy good, fresh food. If you live in Harlem, look into joining one of the many CSA located here!