Over the last decade, author-translator Michael Wex has become the public voice of Yiddish culture — especially for the non-Yiddish-speaking public.
I live in the sticks so for me, shopping for groceries is a big deal, especially when it comes to kosher products. Anything beyond the standard stuff is hard to find. I travel to get what I need,...
A Lower East side Jewish food landmark is reopening with an augmented menu after closing five months ago for $500,000 worth of renovations.
On Valentine’s Day, remember that Port plays much better than champagne with chocolate.
Move was in reaction to a BDS attempt to boycott the Israeli firm SodaStream.
If you can’t go there, get a taste in your own kitchen by baking the national cheese bread.
Iconic Jewish appetizing landmark will serve as ground floor of the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
A new book 'Pastrami on Rye' delves into deli culture, history and its layered connection to Jewish identity.
Note: This is the first of two stories on kosher travel.
Whenever she travels, Rhoda Farbowitz of Staten Island always packs a fallback kosher “meal” — a pack of tuna, cheese, challah rolls...
Herzog Wine Cellars celebrate 30 years of winemaking in California.
A new cookbook puts a modern spin on accessible Middle Eastern cooking.
The Baron Herzog Chen(in) Blanc is always a pleasure.
Trendy urbanites are finally listening to their Rambam.
A Kansas farm is making the first kosher heritage poultry commercially available since the rise of factory farming.
Buy-bye, mushroom mush!
Problem is, there’s only one kosher option stateside.
Kashrut certifier puts its stamp on Vireo Health's medical products.
In her new book, Nigella Lawson says spice it, and serve it on a parsley salad.
The kosher Ramot Naftaly Duet 2010 transcends scores.
A new eatery in Riverdale offers an airy space, seasonal cuisine and Stumptown.
How to pair wine with Chinese food, around the holidays, and year round.
'Be honest,' says Love & Peas restaurant, owned by an Israeli and an Arab, in the Netherlands.
Impress your fellow party-goers with several recommendations for sparkling, kosher wine.
Israeli meets Spanish; deli meets Japanese: It's all about 'Jewish-slash-something else' restaurants.
Despite its distasteful marketing, The Chosen Barrel’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon has many fine qualities.
The Taste of Waldorf Astoria competition paired the up-and-coming JJ with master chef Itzik.
Make this striking fish dish and cook the Waldorf Astoria way at home.
Wine-making is exploding in the Old Dominion State, but only one vineyard does kosher.
Li-Lac, Manhattan’s oldest chocolate shop, offers scrumptious old-school chocolates – all kosher.
Why is customer service so often so awful in kosher eateries?
Recanati Winery has just the answer.
Or maybe BDS never left the Park Slope Food Coop, the member-run Brooklyn grocery store that in 2012 debated whether or not to join the BDS movement.
It’s a mash-up: not of potatoes alone, but of two indulgent, cherished dishes.
Some Chanukah bubbly and sweet varietals for drinking, giving and receiving.
A Brazilian food writer remembers her childhood Chanukah treat.
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