Two of Europe's biggest dance parties land in Brooklyn, Frida Kahlo exhibit opens, a free New Years Day show and more things to do in NYC this weekend. A barbecue in the middle of winter Brooklyn's Pig Beach is doing its part to usher in warmer weather by hosting chef Shuai Wang from South Carolina's Short Grain for a one-night-only four-course dinner, bringing his Asian influences to traditional dishes. Just a few highlights: crispy smoked pork with Chinese mustard aioli, sticky fried ribs and cornbread with miso-sorghum butter. Feb. 7, 6 p.m., 480 Union St., Brooklyn, $65, leisurelyapp.co Rock out with New Years Day The most metal pop band in rock music, New Years Day, is dropping a new album this spring and going on tour — but you can hear it first at an exclusive free performance at Sony Square NYC, including a Q&A with the band and a meet & greet. It’s first come, first served, so this one’s for the true fans. Feb. 7, doors at 6 p.m., 25 Madison Ave., … [Read more...] about 22 Amazing Things to Do in NYC This Weekend, Feb. 7-10
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A food maker has rolled out a new cereal designed to help customers get enough protein. Battle Creek-based Kellogg Company said yesterday it debuted its Kellogg's Special K Protein Honey Almond Ancient Grains cereal, which has 15 grams of protein per serving — nearly a third of the daily protein recommendation of 46 grams for women. The new cereal also includes whole grains as the first ingredient and is a good source of fiber, according to Kellogg. “When Special K hit shelves in the 1950s, it was the first cereal to feature key vitamins and nutrients, including protein,” said Christie Crouch, marketing director, Special K. “Today, we continue to look for ways to innovate that stay true to that heritage, and do more with both nutrition and taste. That’s why our new protein cereal recipes include a nutrient bundle designed to help you get more from your protein.” The Honey Almond Ancient Grains flavor features flakes made from a mix of whole grains, … [Read more...] about Food maker rolls out protein cereal
Nancy Miller Special to Courier Journal Published 11:03 AM EST Nov 6, 2018 James Moran brings a unique perspective to his position as executive chef at 8UP Elevated Drinkery & Kitchen, sitting at the top of the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Louisville. “My sister and I were raised by a single mother who was full Korean. I was eating fish head soup, which my mother said was chicken noodle soup, when my friends were eating real chicken noodle soup. I was the kid who smelled like kimchi. It would be coming out of my pores. Other kids told me my house and clothes smelled funny,” he said. While he longed for traditional American dishes like meatloaf, his friends tried to snag an invitation to his house to sample food that was very different from what they ate at home. Still, when his mother planned to make dumplings and Korean short ribs for his birthday party, he worried the menu wouldn’t go over with his friends. They loved the party menu and it was a proud … [Read more...] about Louisville restaurants: 8UP has New American, southern flair
Charlotte Druckman Published 2:36 pm PDT, Friday, October 12, 2018 Carla Hall's new book, which explores her heritage, is her attempt to bring soul food to a wider audience. She is photographed at home in New York on Oct. 10, 2018 in New York City. Carla Hall's new book, which explores her heritage, is her attempt to bring soul food to a wider audience. She is photographed at home in New York on Oct. 10, 2018 in New York City. Photo: Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post Caribbean Smothered Chicken With Lime and Chiles. Caribbean Smothered Chicken With Lime and Chiles. Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Goran Kosanovic; Food Styling By Bonnie S. Benwick/The Washington Post Speedy Bacon and Three-Bean Skillet Stew. Speedy Bacon and Three-Bean Skillet Stew. Photo: Photo For The … [Read more...] about Carla Hall is ‘the most visible black person in food.’ Now she wants to take soul food mainstream.
FOOD & DRINK 07/20/2018 05:46 am ET Yes, chocolate cake is possible on a gluten-free diet. By Cherie Gough If you eat gluten-free, you know how overwhelming, confusing and time-consuming it can feel. We asked a team of experts ― including a top gluten-free registered dietician, a researcher, a doctor and cookbook authors ― what they really eat. Their insights offer simple suggestions for how to overcome the daily challenges of eating gluten-free. Remember, eating is personal, so always do it your way. If you’re following a gluten-free diet, you’re lacking whole grains. Here’s how to substitute for them. Eating gluten-free can lead to a deficiency of whole grains and put your cardiac health at risk, according to a 2017 heart health study published by British Medical Journal. It’s imperative to find creative alternatives to whole wheat in your diet. What do the experts reach for? OatsA great source of whole grains and fiber, oats … [Read more...] about This Is What Gluten-Free Experts Actually Eat Every Day