You can't visit this new Harlem transplant without trying the waffles
Given that Redding’s original work was in a bakery, no meal here should end without dessert. We tried two of three options available on this night, Red Velvet cake and cherry pie.
Red Velvet, a dish worthy of historical note, was often created from beets — hence the “red” part — during World War II when cane sugar was strictly rationed in this country.
This mile-high slice was more than enough for two persons. Rich and elegant, it harkened back to a bygone era of nostalgic dining in America.
My pie prominently featured the tarter aspect of cherries, without overly sullying them by use of too much sweetener. The crust was firm and maintained its structure as we dug into retrieve fruit. n
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Three friends born and raised in Atlantic City have teamed up to present an event called the Comedy 4 Peace Laugh Out Loud Jam — a show not just designed to lift local spirits in tough times for an affordable cost, but to help revive the same sense of camaraderie in a community that their longstanding friendship may best reflect.
I've tasted IHop's new [chicken and waffles] dish and they're missing the key ingredient — soul! Eating chicken and waffles at IHOP is like eating a Philly cheesesteak in Montana. It's not even close." See photos and video...
As the late Atlantic City historian and former Club Harlem house band drummer Sid Trusty once said, "Every night was our party. And we invited the world." The party may be starting up again soon.
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