It’s only Wednesday, which means you have two days to make this fluffy and delicious challah for Shabbat. Is it the best you’ve ever tasted? Have another recipe you prefer? Let us know!
Confession: Even as an experienced cook, I sometimes find artichokes daunting. Forget to drop the raw, freshly cut vegetable into lemon water during preparation and it quickly turns brown. Stop paying attention while cutting off the pointy end of the leaves, and get pricked. And then there’s the choke, that little hairball at the center of the green globe. Don’t scrape it all out and, well, it ain’t called the choke for nothing.
Director Meir Kalmanson invited six brave non-Jewish folks to try a few traditional Ashkenazi foods for the first time. Watch the hilarious results for yourself below.
Nothing is more emblematic of a party’s theme than its cake. At some bar and bat mitzvahs, they outdo even the most extravagant wedding cake with over-the-top embellishments. The awesome, outrageous bar mitzvah cakes we found on Pinterest exemplify the creativity, theatricality and attention to minute detail that goes into them. Whether you’re planning a bar/bat mitzvah or just want to be amazed, feast your eyes on the incredible cakes below.
The accolades keep coming for Philadelphia’s CookNSolo, the restaurant group of chef Michael Solomonov and business partner Steve Cook that includes the acclaimed Zahav, Abe Fisher and Federal Donuts.