When the First Family dined at the Netanyahu residence Monday, the chef made sure the menu would appeal to Trump’s all-American tastes.
What does a kosher-keeping Trump advisor eat in Riyadh?
When writer Gayle L. Squires was new to whipping up Shabbat meals in her small New York apartment, she experimented with themed menus: in one case, a Mexican meal; in another, an indoor picnic.
What follows is a front-page story published in the Forverts on May 15, 1902, the day thousands of women took to the streets of the Lower East Side of Manhattan to boycott the price of meat. Within a week the strike spread across the country; by June 9 the price of meat had dropped.
Stephen Colbert imagines an awkward exchange over dinner during President Trump’s upcoming trip to Israel.
Jewish mothers are, of course (at least according to the stereotype) forever feeding their progeny. What if you could turn the (kitchen) table on yours this Mother’s Day, celebrating her with a gift of ongoing culinary delights? We found a great way for you to do just that, in the form of a wide range of food-or-drink-of-the-month clubs. From baked goods to wine to spices, there’s something to suit every personality and taste — and your mother will think of you fondly every time a delicious delivery arrives at her door.
Here’s a food hybrid we can get behind: bagel and coffee all in one.
From Mexican matzo balls to an armchair trip to kosher Mexico City, here are five ways to celebrate the fifth of May the Mexican-Jewish way.
Former White House Chef Sam Kass expressed outrage Monday after Trump’s new agriculture secretary announced rollbacks to Obama-era school-lunch reforms.
If there was a way to bet on the James Beard Awards, we’d have put our money on Michael Solomonov, who took the honor for Outstanding Chef.