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Soul food

They're offering some classic, and not so classic, soul food dishes like crunchy fried chicken and fried green tomatoes, but with a mind towards the meat- and gluten-free among us.
You'll eat some of the best mac and cheese of your life here.
Harlem has no shortage of soul food restaurants, but there's always room for one more.
David Paterson said, "One day I went in there, and it was all white and Japanese."
"I feel for those who are opening small businesses in New York City in this day and age."
"It's almost like some parts of Brooklyn, but not." But not: that's the good part.
"It was the sweet matron persona of Sylvia Woods that made us all feel like we were home with mama — that kind of sweet personality that had more sugar than her sweet iced tea."
"Sylvia gallantly battled Alzheimer's for the past several years, but never once lost her loving smile."
Ochocinco won the hearts—and stomachs—of hundreds last night.
Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson, the New England Patriots wide receiver, is feeling mighty generous—or mighty lonely.
"We want people to make this food part of their staple diet, that's why everything is fresh and it's not too expensive," says owner Frank Prizinzano.
Turn off your seasonal affective disorder lamp: maybe you just need fried chicken. Specifically, Bobwhite's chicken.
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