Every other week, Jasmine Einalhori host a pop-up restaurant at Chabad House Bowery on the Lower East Side, seeking to fill a void in the kosher dining world: high quality, healthy, modern kosher food at a reasonable price.
Amid all the stories of matzo, horseradish and gefilte fish, one item always escapes scrutiny during the holiday season. Behold: The secret history of the origins and progress of the kosher fruit jelly slice.
Egypt was declared Sunday to have the most delicious falafel, beating its Israeli, Palestinian and Middle Eastern-fusion competitors at a London festival.
Mother’s Day offers every excuse to abandon moderation for a morning and transform an already-decadent pastry into French toast.
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