Food
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SECAUCUS, NJ — At Kosherfest, the world’s largest kosher trade show, Yiddish and Hebrew is heard alongside English. Some 6,000 kosher-food insiders packed the massive hall, chatting, … more
Israel’s health minister this week called on the public to refrain from eating the traditional Chanukah treat sufganiyot. “I call on the public to avoid eating sufganiyot, which are rich in fats" … more
A new film airing this weekend explores the rich history of Jewish food and its cultural impact on the community. “Hugs and Knishes: A Celebration of Our Jewish Foods and … more
Rabbi Hanoch Hecht, a Chabad rabbi in upstate Rhinebeck, competed on“Chopped” with tzimmes, a traditional sweet stew made of carrots. DESSERT TZIMMES Courtesy of Hanoch … more
I have served this chicken on Rosh Hashanah for years, and it’s a go-to for a quick and easy Shabbat recipe. The chicken gets caramelized from the glossy and delicious sauce. … more
By the time Sukkot arrives, we are three weeks into nonstop Jewish holiday mode. Some people might be a little tired of cooking, and I don’t blame them one bit. But Sukkot is probably my … more
There’s something about carrots at the farmers market that I find utterly addictive. I can’t pass by without buying them, especially when they still have their beautiful green stems. They … more
This is a perfect salad to eat for lunch on a weekday or as a first course for a brunch or even during a holiday. It’s especially nice when served plated individually and topped with the … more
For many, the Yom Kippur break-fast is a bagels and schmear-filled inevitability — just add some lox, maybe some slices of tomato and orange juice, and everyone is … more
Autumn arrives with those short-lived delights of the season: crisp, juicy apples, cider, harvest fairs, and, of course, pumpkins. Apple season peaks around now, but there’s still time to pick … more
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