More than 1,000 Jewish children from across New York City will gather at the Grand Hyatt on Super Bowl Sunday to make challah — one loaf to take home and one for a family in need.
It happened again last week. The food at my Shabbat table, which was, in fact, the co-star of the evening (alongside energetic and intelligent conversation) was given only passing mention by the people who ate and enjoyed it. Ha! Little did they know how wrong they were to disregard it.
Nothing says cozy like a simmering pot of delicious, aromatic stew. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorites, which run the gamut from meaty braises to hearty cholents to satisfying vegetarian meals.
Asian and Mediterranean cuisines are the stars at Jaffa, a new kosher restaurant in a high-end Moscow mall. The menu also dives into what’s known as Odessa cuisine — “traditional dishes of Eastern European Jews,” according to general manager Semen Boguslavsky.