Pick your poison, and bottoms up.
The 21st-century scions of a venerated 100-year-old smoked fish emporium have cracked the code of how to serve a restaurant brunch on Shabbat — and avoid those pesky brunch lines.
From warming soup to sweet-and-spicy nuts, from hearty granola to nutrient-packed cookies, here’s what to prepare and pack for Saturday.
In case the Kushners want to eat out — and the helicopter is in the shop — here’s a roundup of kosher options in the D.C. area for the new residents.
A U.S. nonprofit called Jewish Veg is organizing the first vegan Birthright Israel trip, which will take place this August.
We waded through our many wonderful, warming, hearty, homey, delicious soup recipes, and gathered our favorites here.
Our food editor wanted to whip up something simple for a bit of post-celebration relief, and unearthed these delicious and simple drinks and dishes.
A major holiday calls for a classic dish, and brisket is as traditional as they come. Here, two videos that celebrate this fabulous favorite.
Why is an Orthodox father of eight from Cleveland, who lives in Jerusalem importing coffee from Vienna to coffee lovers in the U.S.?
It doesn’t get much better than a sampler of Shmaltz Brewing’s Hanukkah 2016 seasonal brews.