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Recent Posts:

Zahav Food in Pittsburgh?

Michael Solomonov hasn’t opened a restaurant in Pittsburgh — yet. But a new kosher place there is using his recipes.

New Old-School Eatery Opens at Museum of Jewish Heritage

Perhaps taking a page from the Jewish Museum, which now houses a branch of Russ & Daughters, the Museum of Jewish Heritage has unveiled Lox, a decidedly old-school eatery with an almost nostalgic menu of Ashkenazi favorites.

The Best Pastrami in L.A. and More of the Week’s Top Dish

It’s not at Canter’s or Wexler’s, but at the Ugly Drum, a humble stand at the L.A. Smorgasburg market.

This Israeli and Palestinian Duo Owns Berlin’s Hippest Hummus Joint

In a corner of former East Berlin, where shabby, red brick buildings meet cobblestone streets, lies a new Promised Land.

What Jewish Farmers Eat for Breakfast

Summer might be beginning to wind down, but peak harvest season — which, where I live in the Northeast of the United States runs roughly from July through mid-October — is going strong. The farmers market is entering that magical sweet spot where late summer’s sweet corn and glistening eggplants meet early fall’s new crop of apples and squash.

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