Of all the scrumptious-sounding events on the roster for this year’s New York City Wine & Food Festival (NYCWFF), which runs October 13-16, the dinner that immediately caught my eye was — surprise! — A Kosher Dinner With Elior Balbul, Eden Grinshpan, Amitzur Mor and Yehuda Sichel.
JTA — With a JCC down the block and a Chabad on the next street corner over, it’s not surprising that this New York City bakery sells rugelach.
“I’ll give you 22 ways to love eggplant,” cookbook author exclaimed when the publisher of Short Stack Editions admitted it was his least favorite vegetable. And so, Pelzel developed, tested and perfected nearly two-dozen eggplant recipes for her most recent cookbook titled, simply, “Eggplant.”
A kosher-chicken processing plant with the bucolic-sounding name of Birdsboro Kosher Farms is facing Federal charges after a horrific workplace accident.
For two years now I’ve been chatting on the phone and conversing via email with our extraordinarily talented contributor, the uber-blogger and cookbook author Molly Yeh. We’ve discussed story ideas and deadlines, talked about her new book, “Molly on the Range,” and bonded over both having dads who cooked Chinese food. (Molly’s father is Chinese; my dad took lessons throughout my teens.) But since Molly resides on a farm in North Dakota and I work at a desk near the South Street Seaport in Manhattan, Molly and I had never actually met in person.