Michael Solomonov hasn’t opened a restaurant in Pittsburgh — yet. But a new kosher place there is using his recipes.
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.
It’s not at Canter’s or Wexler’s, but at the Ugly Drum, a humble stand at the L.A. Smorgasburg market.
In a corner of former East Berlin, where shabby, red brick buildings meet cobblestone streets, lies a new Promised Land.
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.