A Jewish chef in Moscow talks about what goes into opening a kosher restaurant, what it’s like to be be an observant Jew in Russia today, and the dishes he’s serving to Jews and non-Jews alike.
A competitor on Bravo’s Top Chef who toiled in A-list kitchens for years is now expressing her heritage through the food she cooks at Pig and Khao.
A Sacramento deli is being named in honor of Tower founder and native son Russ Solomon, who is 91.
Two Jewish media men — a sports commentator and a talk-show maven — have purchased a popular D.C. hangout.
A new online comedy is based on a real restaurant called Traif, which serves salt-and-pepper shrimp and lobster with spicy sausage in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
Monty’s Deli will serve pastrami, giant potato latkes and Seinfeld-inspired ‘big salads’ in London’s East End.
Here’s how a Jewish girl from Russia ended up married to a Frenchman in New York and selling more than 10,000 macarons a day.
More than 300 kosher wines and spirits will be on hand for sampling at this year’s Kosher Food & Wine Experience at Chelsea Piers.
Kosher by drone? That’s probably next. In the meantime, there’s Koshwhere, a new service that delivers kosher packaged meals to travelers who preorder through an app.
Our post-Hanukkah prize for the year’s best menorah goes to the ‘Bagel-Norah,’ a 10-foot-tall model made from 400 bagels, which stood in Bethesda, Maryland.