Call it heresy, but New Yorker Leah Koenig is a devoted fan of the heavily seeded, sweet and petite beauty that is the Montreal bagel.
Leah Koenig reached out to some of her favorite farmers to find out what the people who grow our food eat for breakfast during the bountiful summer months.
Leah Koenig sat down with Jeffrey Yoskowitz and Liz Alpern over bagels to discuss their upcoming cookbook, “The Gefilte Manifesto.”
For two days at the end of the summer, 20 chefs and a dozen or more food stations will offer up classic and innovative breakfast dishes, bloody Marys and breakfast beer. Talk about #lifegoals.
In recent years limonanna has become something of an official drink of Israel, sipped beachside in Tel Aviv or in umbrella-shaded outdoor cafés throughout the country.
When the world’s best rugelach arrives in New York, our breakfast correspondent recalls a time when she had to carry boxes of it home from Israel.
As with almost anywhere she travels, Leah Koenig found breakfast in Poland to be the most memorable meal of the day.
With the help of Peter Shelsky, owner of Brooklyn’s Shelsky’s Appetizing, a Cliff’s Notes take on the world of Jewish fish.
I am hardly the first parent to sneak vegetables into her child’s diet via the blender, but over the last several months, I have become something of a toddler-smoothie ninja.