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Ginny’s Supper Club Presents Lea DeLaria

By Jenn Burka | October 28, 2015



We are excited to announce a new Sunday Brunch series at Ginny’s Supper Club featuring jazz performances from acclaimed actress, comedian, Broadway star and jazz singer Lea DeLaria (@realleadelaria)An American comedian and actress most recently recognized for her role as “Big Boo” Black on the Netflix hit series Orange Is the New Black, DeLaria is also an acclaimed jazz musician. She was the first openly gay comic to appear on a late-night talk show with her 1993 appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show. She has appeared in numerous Broadway shows, a number of films including The First Wives Club and Edge Of Seventeen, and has released two comedy albums and five jazz albums.

During the performances, a Rooster Brunch Buffet will include favorites like Mac n’ Greens; Fried Yardbird with Mashed Potatoes; Chicken & Waffles; Deviled Eggs; Helga’s Meatballs and Migas with Truck Stop Potatoes.

Sunday Brunch with Lea DeLaria at Ginny’s Supper Club

November 8 | December 13 | January 10

12:00PM and 1:30PM

Tickets are $45 per person and can be purchased on Ginny’s website.

Chasing Flavors

Recipe Remix: Cured Fish

By Christopher Stewart | September 26, 2013

Photo: Renée S. Suen
bagels, lox, brunch, breakfast, recipe, Red Rooster Harlem

Photo: Lynn G.

Tradition and culture can be found in some  of the most unexpected places, this standing true for lox and other cured fish. What is seen as a traditional brunch menu item to some actually dates back to several different cultures and eras, yet it still gives us a delicious mash up of flavors and textures. When brunch comes around, a bagel and lox seems like the go to, but lox and other smoked fish can actually be used at dinner time as well, just ask Marcus who grew up eating smoked and cured fish in Sweden. As NPR: The Salt and The NY Times puts the spotlight on bagels and lox, transforming these items into a everyday meal, you can turn your next weekend gathering with a new delicious menu. Smoked fish like sable and trout, and accompaniments like capers, thinly sliced red onions, farmers market tomatoes, and other fresh produce are a great meal any time of the day. Read More

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Scene: LIDO Harlem

By Christopher Stewart | May 30, 2013


Within the last couple of years, the restaurant boom as hit Harlem, and I couldn’t be happier.  Several restaurants have been popping up in Harlem including Red Rooster, ranging from beer gardens, French, and even African cuisine. My favorite global import and go-to restaurant for brunch, lunch, and dinner is LIDO Harlem, a Italian restaurant located on the corner of 117th and Fredrick Douglas Boulevard, conveniently named Harlem’s “Restaurant Row”. Read More

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Colonie: Bruijkleen for Brunch

By Ashley Beck | May 17, 2013

Ramps two ways with crispy pork belly and heirloom grits
Brunch service at Colonie, Bruijkleen

Brunch service at Colonie, Bruijkleen

Named in honor of the Dutch who first came to Bruijkleen (Brooklyn), Colonie is a pioneer for the new food frontier in the Brooklyn Heights food scene. Since their opening in 2011, Colonie has been dishing out fresh, local ingredients in simple yet exquisite ways. Not to mention the décor, which when done by Public and Double Crown vets, Tamer Hamawi, Emelie Kihlstrom and Elise Rosenberg, you know it’s nothing short of perfection–from the rustic wood planked ceilings and living wall all the way down to the multi-purpose menu placemats. Read More

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How To Poach an Egg, Brunch Edition

By Christopher Stewart | May 17, 2013

poached, eggs, brunch, how to

Photo by Kyle

I think we can all agree that the best part of brunch is the classic Eggs Benedict and the wonderfully poached egg that sits atop your brunch entree. A perfectly poached egg with a sultry and creamy bright yellow yolk is the biggest reason to get out of bed on the weekends, (besides Mimosas). A poached egg can also be a great accompaniment for lunch and dinner including being placed on top of salads, veggies, pasta, and fried rice. Master the perfect poached egg in your home with these quick and easy steps. Read More

Recipe Roundup

Brunch Recipes to Try this Weekend

By Jeannette Park | May 3, 2013

breakfast sandwich, chorizo, egg, avocado,
asparagus, feta, fried egg

Crumbled feta and a perfectly fried egg top off sweet spring asparagus.

With Mother’s Day next weekend, there’s no better time to brush up on your brunch skills. If you’re an ace in the kitchen (or an ace at making reservations ahead of time), think of this list as a reason to take advantage of the seasonal produce that’s cropping up at your local farmer’s market.  Read More


10 Recipes to Make for Brunch This Weekend

By Christopher Stewart | April 26, 2013

brunch, tomatoes, eggs

Photo by Pen Waggener

Whenever a sunny weekend rolls around …better yet, whenever the weekend rolls around in general, the only thoughts on my mind are brunch. What will I be eating for brunch and where will I be eating for brunch, are the two main questions that I need immediate answers to. Going out is always great, but sometimes I do like to stay in, invite some friends over and create my own brunch experience. With good food and good friends, brunching at home on the weekends is always a great idea. It’s always important to have a great spread, covering all the brunch staples and adding a little twist to them. So this weekend, here are 10 brunch recipes that you and your friends will be happy that you stayed in. Have a look: Read More


Wanderlust: New Orleans

By Mac Malikowski | April 3, 2013

Photo: Mac Malikowski

New Orleans

I thought I had New Orleans pinned. In my mind it was always just the Southern metropolis party city that serves chicory coffee twenty-four hours a day. I love to travel and I have always wanted to visit New Orleans but I had never expected the city to challenged me the way others cities did. I thought I had it figured out, until I actually went there. Read More

Chasing Flavors

Daily Special: Uptown Steak Frites

By Christopher Stewart | March 19, 2013

Photo: tr.robinson

Brunch is the new norm. It’s here to stay and as popular as ever right now. Brunch is a time for socializing, laughter and of course great food. With all the amazing brunch options these days its always good to be amongst the classics of mimosa’s, bloody mary’s and menu staples. No one is going to turn down a classic brunch menu thats cooked and executed perfectly. Read More


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Whether it’s finding the best goat tacos in LA, spotting a well-worn vintage bag in Sweden, or interviewing the “crab man” selling seafood on a corner in Harlem, we tell stories seen from Chef Marcus Samuelsson‘s point of view. strives to create conversations about food, nutrition, culture, art, and design. We want to find Read More


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