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Community Outreach in Long Island City

May 31, 2016
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One of the many benefits of moving Neuman’s Kitchen to Long Island City, besides the state of the art kitchen, is the opportunity to get deeply involved with local high schools and career training programs in our neighborhood. This May, Neuman’s Kitchen hosted its first outreach class with some of the students from the Long…

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Conversation Heart Macarons: Love at First Bite

February 12, 2016
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The most romantic holiday of the year is deserving of meaningful conversation… hearts, that is. Celebrate your love on Valentine’s Day with our conversation heart macaroons filled with chocolate ganache and bacon salted caramel. A fair warning from Pastry Chef Alycia Delaney, you may fall in love at first bite. Xoxo, Neuman’s Kitchen Vanilla Macarons From…

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An NYC Necessity: Brunch Cocktails

February 3, 2016
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In honor of Cupid’s arrival on February 14th, we’ve concocted three marvelous cocktails that will make your heart warm and fuzzy. Who knows, they might even make you fall in love.  

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EVENT INSPIRATIONS

April 16, 2015
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From lofty rooftops to white box studios, our clients are craving a unique space they can call their own. Here’s what we’ve been up to this year: 1. SOPHISTICATED SERVING VESSELS: Standard bowls and passing pieces are quietly rebelling on the bottom shelf while flower pots filled with edible quinoa “dirt” and root vegetables steal…

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Did Someone Say Bacon?

March 9, 2015
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What’s three words, six syllables and driving taste buds wild in the city that never sleeps? Bacon Peanut Brittle. …  Imagine savory peanuts adorned with crispy bacon bits and maple syrup, slowly roasted over a wealth of hickory smoked goodness. When Neuman’s Kitchen was approached by owner of Chelsea Market Baskets, David Porat, to recreate…

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Meet T-Boye Doe.

February 23, 2015
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“Once you’re HOPE, you’re HOPE for life.” A statement that sounds more like a promise – especially when it’s coming from the mouth of Jennifer Mitchell, Executive Director of HOPE. In case you didn’t know, The HOPE Program has been leading New Yorker’s facing adversity to self-sufficiency through employment and advancement for more than 30 years. A…

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Fall in Love This Fall | Fall Weddings | What You Need to Know

October 20, 2014
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Fall is full of delicious autumn recipes, gorgeous seasonal flowers and plenty of venue options, making it a great time to have a wedding. The following are five food trends that can be incorporated into your fall wedding. 1. Harvest Hors d’oeuvres Nuts and fall fruits make excellent accents and appetizers. Pair fall foods with…

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Making the move from restaurants to catering, Chef Julian Alonzo adjusts to life at the booming Neuman’s Kitchen in New York

August 25, 2014
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When Julian Alonzo got a call asking him if he was interested in being the executive chef of a catering company, he hung up on the headhunter. “I said, ‘Are you kidding me? Don’t waste my time,’” recalls Alonzo. Yet less than two years later, Alonzo is happily helming the kitchen at a large New York catering company that’s been on the scene…

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25 Young Event Pros To Watch | Kevin Ramsawack

August 11, 2014
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After deciding that working in his family’s construction business “was not for me,” Ramsawack started as a part-time packer at Neuman’s Kitchen. It was the right start for this “quick study with a passion for learning”; he moved his way up the company ladder from driver to expediter to manager to sales. Now overseeing a team of three full-time assistants, he produces some of Neuman’s…

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Craft behind Business | “Of curiosity, perfection and elevators”

August 6, 2014
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“The biggest enemy of quality in our business is time”, says Paul Neuman and slowly leans back into his black armchair. He looks like someone who has fought this enemy on the battlefield. “We know every elevator in the buildings of our clients and we know how long it takes in each to go up”,…

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