Even amid the challenges, the vintners remained as focused as ever on adhering to the strictures of Jewish law that govern kosher winemaking.
What did Alexander Hamilton drink? The answer is in the new edition of Rabbi Deborah Prinz’s ‘On the Chocolate Trail.’
A beloved East Village eatery that served hummus and other Israeli/Middle Eastern dishes is closing its doors today after 36 years in business.
For those who may only know the award-winning, Philly-based chef for his hummus, this was a chance to indulge in the full Mike Solomonov experience.
The New York City Wine & Food Festival (NYCWFF), which runs October 12–15, is packed with every kind of culinary happening: dinners, demos, tastings, classes, parties and more. But the event that caught my eye (go figure) is an Israeli brunch on Saturday at noon hosted by James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov. The Israeli-born, Philadelphia-based Solomonov is looking forward to acquainting the uninitiated with his much-lauded take on Israeli food.
Of the two kosher wineries in the Northern California wine country affected by the wildfires, one sustained serious damage and one was largely spared.
Our food editor decided to take a fresh look at a food she despised, testing two recipes. Even she liked the results.
An old family recipe for meat-stuffed bell peppers is given a spicy twist.
In the midst of such a fractious time, can a book of confections by a popular chef help spread joy?
Watch the video of popular blogger and cookbook author Molly Yeh making bagels.