Happy 2nd anniversary to my column and I want to thank God and my readers for this culinary journey. During this holy time of the year I want to reflect on the pivotal role that the black church has played … Continue reading
By Lil Nickelson “Restaurant Week” is held at different times and locations throughout the U.S. It showcases and promotes the finest food in eateries in each geographic region. You can enjoy creative, fresh three course meals from the area’s best … Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is this coming and love is in the cold air. Food for lovers can be made and savored in the intimacy of your home. Start the day off by fixing your partner’s favorite breakfast before you leave for … Continue reading
By Lil Nickelson For 2011 I have designated the following six healthy resolutions geared towards making positive changes in my eating and cooking practices:
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By Lil Nickelson During this New Year Red Rooster Harlem launched their lunch/brunch menu, and from all indications from my dining companions and myself it is a smash hit. First off it is reasonably priced for the superb quality fresh from the farm … Continue reading
By Lil Nickelson The holidays are great times to teach your kids about cooking and entertaining with your style. Make them play different roles throughout the process so that they can observe and learn.
Food by Lil Nickelson Excuse me for my tardiness readers, but I have been having so much fun this hot summer cooking delicious meals to go and hanging out in various city parks at reunions with my family and friends … Continue reading
Food Since Mother’s Day will be celebrated this month I want to recommend you prepare a healthy, grilled meal for the mothers in your life. The shish kabob recipe below is a one I modified from Fine Cooking magazine.
Food My first “Dining with Miss Lil” column was published one year ago so Happy Anniversary to my readers. Writing about food over this last year has re energized my passion for preparing great meals for me, my friends and … Continue reading
Spring time is coming; you can feel it in the air. Day light savings time has come and we’ve lost that hour. Fresh vegetables coming to harvest this season range from asparagus to cabbage to garlic to various greens. Fresh … Continue reading