April 1, 2020

Food

For Rosh Hashanah, we made a honey cake. Except that there was no honey in that honey cake. Instead, we used jelly. And it was delicious.
An Israeli winery is set to build an $8 million facility in central China, hoping to take a piece of one of the largest wine markets in the world.
Angela Montgomery, 30, a Jewish woman from Sterling Heights, Michigan, has filed a lawsuit against a Detroit-area Denny’s restaurant for serving her bacon.
When vegetarian and vegan newbie friends ask me to recommend fail-safe cook books, Reinfeld’s are at the top of the list.
Canter’s Deli, a Los Angeles landmark for generations on Fairfax Avenue, dropped from an A rating to a C after a recent food safety inspection.
We met this year at La Otra bar and restaurant in Tel Aviv, located inside the Imperial Hotel and across the lobby from the city’s seminal cocktail bar.
Several times a month Jeanette Chawki welcomes a handful of strangers into her Brooklyn home. There, the visitors learn about life in her native Lebanon.
Chef Jeremy Fox has written a cookbook that adds to the body of literature, exploring the psyche of this particular genre of creative person.
In Deuteronomy, we’re told that the one thing you can’t take as pledge for a debt is someone’s top millstone. This law seems archaic and meaningless.
Don't get me wrong. I have at least four boxes of (Streit's?) cheese blintzes gathering a third layer of permafrost in my freezer right now.
Creating date honey was, and is, a processing technique common to all date-growing regions of the Middle East and North Africa.
This Tuna Garbanzo Bean and Sumac Salad recipe is something that I invented when I absolutely thought I had nothing to eat in the house...
Improvisational Passover Appetizer: Matzah Bruschetta!
“Uncle Morty’s Gourmet Matzos Brie,” calls for the unusual method of soaking matzah pieces in milk. It also includes chopped onion.
I’m going to assume that you would love to have the world’s most delicious brisket come out of your oven too. Only thing….you don’t have a dutch oven.
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