It was all because of a dare, explained North Miami Beach’s ST Elefant of What’s Cooking? “A friend of mine called me and said you’re either going to law school or you’re going to start catering. I have a job for you and you have 15 minutes to decide.” So ST took her up on the dare and thus
This came from a very old Gourmet magazine with a few of my changes.
Every year, as is probably the case in many Jewish homes, my dear wife Yael and I discuss what to include in our mishloach manot packages. Like everyone else, we distribute them on Purim to rabbis, teachers, friends and relatives around town. I call it the
Editor’s note: This is a reprint from March 2019.
My mom’s recipe for hamantaschen, developed in California and then adapted by five daughters and daughters-in-law, is the best recipe any of us have ever used or eaten. It’s soft-baked, it’s incredible and best of all, it’s impossible
Mom’s (z”l) Cookie Hamantaschen
We were considering Florida this year for Pesach as so many of our friends and neighbors have been doing for years now, and began to explore the various options still available.
Pesach programs, per se, are all-inclusive and the kids certainly would be
Over the decades I tried every method of roasting chicken I could find. Long, slow-roasted … vertical roasted “Coke can” chicken … sous vide. When I finally found this recipe, my favorite by far, it turned out to be particularly well suited for Friday nights when Shabbat begins early, because it extends some of the cooking
In 2021, Clifton resident Randy “Yisroel” Settenbrino, originally from Crown Heights and who grew up in Borough Park, was on a mission to prevent his award-winning project, The Historic Blue Moon Hotel, from becoming a casualty of the COVID-19
I love a good laffa stuffed with shawarma as much as the next guy. In fact, I don’t really get tired of the typical fare that you might find at any given Israeli restaurant in America. But there are many components of the broader Middle Eastern flavor palette that the standard
Royal Wine's Kosher Food and Wine Experience (KFWE) returned to Chelsea Piers in Manhattan on Feb. 6 for the first time since 2020. In 2021, the KFWE was an all-digital event; last year a different format was presented at the Hilton
Whether you’re inviting friends or just having a nice evening at home, try these non-alcoholic drinks with snacks or appetizers.
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No, it’s not alcoholic.
Yes, the alcohol cooks out…leaving a lusciously decadent filling.
Yes, cherries and chocolate need to be together.
And yes, give some to your friends…if there are any left.