Author and foodie Suzanne Parker, who splits her time between Queens and Woodstock, New York, is offering Cooking Classes with a View at her upstate home.
Zagat released its annual 30 under 30 list for New York, and many of the names should sound familiar to Forward fans.
Becky O’Brien’s delicious homemade kombucha helped her connect to the everyday miracles around us.
Eating smoked fish for breakfast is a rite of passage for any Jewish food fan. And for true devotees, nothing brings joy like a bagel spread just so with cream cheese and layered with piles of silky, coral-colored cured salmon slices. But for those of us who did not grow up accompanying our dads to the appetizing store on Sunday mornings, a trip to the Jewish fish counter can feel a bit overwhelming. Just what, exactly, are all of those hefty filets sitting behind the glass? Which fish are cured-only, and which are smoked? Why is the herring swimming in a bath of sour cream? And what the heck is belly lox, anyway?
What do Brooklyn’s poorest residents have in common with the guests at Bella and Edward’s wedding in the popular vampire movie The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1?