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If you have ever had a backyard garden, then you know the joy of the late-summer, early-fall harvests. If all has gone well, your garden is now bursting with a ton of tomatoes, enough green beans to … more
Rosh Hashana, which begins this Friday evening, is one of my favorite holidays, with meals steeped in tradition and symbolism. Childhood memories of sweet, finger-licking ingredients such as … more
A savory kosher gelato flavor has cause to rejoice — in line with its name that plays off the Hebrew folk song “Hava Nagila.” Noi Due Gelato’s “Halva Nagila” … more
D esserts can be daunting! I am not talking about the difficulty of the recipe — though some can send me into a total cold sweat — but just about the issues called “choice … more
I first met Alon Shaya when he was a lanky, handsome youth at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in Hyde Park, NY. He radiated excitement and enthusiasm. He was a student in one of the finest … more
The summer of 2020 wasn’t the easiest time to open a restaurant. But Igor Fazylov faced that challenge when he opened his “Mediterranean Urban Restaurant,” known by the acronym … more
It is now time to switch gears from summer relaxation to the holidays, which are mostly on weekends this year, with Shabbat adding to the cooking challenges. My beloved grandmother cooked so … more
My perfect summer day starts with a very early breakfast followed by a long walk on the beach. Then I spend the rest of the day in a comfy chair under a big umbrella with a pile of books … more
Yankee Stadium is home to the winningest franchise in baseball, a rabid fan base, and a secret elevator. Well, maybe it’s not exactly a secret, but very few people know where it is. When … more
Behold the coleslaw! The truth is that most people do not. Found in restaurants and often tossed out with the trash, it’s often ignored or set aside. Who thinks about coleslaw? It’s just … more
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