Harlem EatUp! Kickoff Event at HBK Incubates

HBK Incubates was honored to host the Citi Market Challenge kick-off event for Harlem EatUp! on Tuesday, March 28.  The event featured a high-stakes cook off between three up-and-coming Harlem restaurants — Belle Harlem, Harlem Pizza Co., and Tsion Cafe — judged by a panel of culinary experts …

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Passover Recipe: Gefilte Fish

Still looking for the perfect dish to make for your Passover seder next week? Nothing beats our Founder and CEO Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez’s gefilte fish for putting a twist on a tradition handed down for generations. She shared the story of how it came to be in the Hot Bread

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Spring Recipe: Gail Simmons’ Strawberry Rhubarb Bread Pudding

This Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating all the women of Hot Bread Kitchen, including some of our amazing women board members.  On Wednesday, March 29 board member Gail Simmons took over our social media and shared this spring-ready Strawberry Rhubarb Bread Pudding recipe with us.

Strawberry Rhubarb Bread Pudding

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Valentine’s Recipe: Churro Bites with Spicy Chocolate Sauce

HBK IncubatesLittle Red Kitchen Bake Shop delivers small-batch cookies and cookie pies, baked with mostly organic, fair trade or non-GMO ingredients.  Owner Susan Palmer shared her favorite recipe for a sweet Valentine’s Day treat: fresh churros with a cinnamon and cayenne-spiced chocolate sauce.

Ingredients

For the churros: 2 …

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Ethnic Baking at Sur la Table

Join Hot Bread Kitchen founder Jessamyn Rodriguez for a baking class on 10/25 at Sur la Table to learn how one buttery, rich dough can make two delicious breads from different ethnic traditions.

Jessamyn will discuss her award-winning book, The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook, and demonstrate how to make …

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Small Screen, Big Business: A Panel on Food & TV

On July 13, HBK Incubates hosted our second public event (our first featured Jeni Britton Bauer on food safety).  Three alumni of the program gathered to discuss the intersection of food and television.

The panel was moderated by Gail Simmons (Top Chef Judge, Food & Wine Special Projects Director, and …

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