This traditional cooked chutney is a versatile template. I’ve made it with pineapple, pears, apples and even apricots and peaches. In addition to salmon, this sauce is great with grilled chicken and any firm-fleshed white fish. For a fun appetizer, put a small piece of smoked salmon, a spoonful of the chutney and a small dollop of crème fraîche on toasted naan or crispy papadum.
In the haystack of emails from then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that were dumped yesterday, one cryptic needle poked through. The subject line was simply “Gefilte fish” — and the entire body of the message held one mysterious question: “Where are we on this?”
Turns out there’s hope for the president’s bagel predicament.
Holidays come early to Breads Bakery, which is offering its festive challah (above) and other Rosh Hashanah items starting Friday.
My interview with President Obama was as serious as you’d expect of a man who is professorially cerebral and gravitates toward long, thoughtful answers to complicated policy questions. Iran, Israel, domestic politics — all were on the agenda when I met with him in the Oval Office last Friday.