They developed the 10-episode series to see if home cooks could make a recipe “equally as good if not better than” the takeout alternative.
Ori Shavit's passion for veganism is grounded in her fight against the idea that humans have the right to use other species as they please.
A crisp bite of Moroccan galette with a steaming cup of fresh mint tea: This is the definition of a simple pleasure, a pick me up
In the Sephardic world, this labor-intensive food was reserved for Shabbat and holidays.
The book is so inventive and inviting that it has a shelf life that will extend far beyond our present circumstances.
Our family still eats this meal every Shabbat and even if my mother is hosting, I make the eggplant and butternut squash.
Every roast, every chicken, every stew, every soup starts with onion. It’s engraved in stone for a Sephardic cook.
Cohen said that the Sephardic Jews who immigrated to Latin America tended to adapt quickly because most knew Judeo-Spanish, similar to Spanish and Portuguese
To date, they have received more than 200 orders, baked more than 500 challahs, and shipped the bread to more than 130 cities in 27 states.
Friedman makes an “everything” bagel from pizza dough; makes kugel with potatoes, broccoli and green beans; and whips up cholent with Slivovitz.
The fresher the fish, the better. This is real comfort food, Sephardic spice style!
"The moldy jam was a daily concern," said a former Sqirl pastry chef.
Could This Mediterranean Takeout Brand Named for an Arabic Israeli TV Show Be the Restaurant of the Future?
The menu in some ways is an homage to the restaurant’s television namesake.
As American-Jewish society becomes harder to define, so does its food culture.
The product has a 95 percent smaller environmental impact than producing actual beef.
The Ministry of Health says 5,238 new cases have been confirmed between Thursday and Friday, setting yet another negative record. Restriction on movement is somewhat relaxed from 500 yards from one's home to 1,000 yards.
A Tale of Two High Holidays: Why Orthodox Jews Are Going to Synagogue While Everyone Else Is on Zoom
(JTA) – At the Jewish Center on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, this year’s High Holidays will be anything but normal. With eight services happening in various...
Remembering the Life and Work of the Woman who Championed Women’s Rights: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"Our Nation has lost a jurist of historic stature. We at the Supreme Court have lost a cherished colleague.”
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