Food
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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
This week, when I was teaching a class of continuing education students, we touched on some of the people I have encountered throughout my career. My wife and I owned Kossar’s, a well-known … more
Even the most finicky wine snob won’t be able to “pass over” the new generation of kosher wines. Increasingly, the current mindset is that since Jews are commanded to drink four … 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
This Chanukah story and recipe is adapted from “My Fat Dad,” a memoir by New York Times wellness blogger and nutritionist Dawn Lerman. When I lived in Chicago, Jewish holidays were … more
Do you recall what you were eating in kosher restaurants 10 years ago? Had you tried sous-vide dishes? Homemade sausage? Fresh, cured gravlax made with only salt, sugar, peppercorns and dill? Shaved … more
When Susie Fishbein wrote her first “Kosher By Design” cookbook nearly 15 years ago, she saw an opening in the market for a book in the style of mainstream cooks like Ina Garten … 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
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