Israel’s top foodie, Gil Hovav, a chef, restaurant critic, cookbook author and TV personality, reveals his favorite restaurants.
Moving is always hard. Moving in New York City is harder. The real estate game is hyper competitive and frenzied, and one rarely ends up with more than a month (often much less) to whittle down, then gather up belongings before handing over the keys.
Boston’s first kosher food truck is backing up on its kosher certification.
Fresh kirby cukes from the farmers’ market are the foundation of an excellent — and very easy — cold cucumber soup (left) and a sweet-and-sour salad from Carol Ungar’s new cookbook, “Jewish Soul Food.”