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Jewish cuisine in America is at a high point, as chefs and culinary entrepreneurs across the country enthusiastically deconstruct, reinvent and elevate classic Jewish food.
Of all the holidays — Jewish and otherwise — Thanksgiving is our hands-down favorite. It’s all about food and family. We’re thankful that it’s not about synagogue attendance, atonement or plagues.
Roasted garlic & apricot chicken garnered raves from a group of discerning dinner party guests.
When Frances Dinkelspiel wrote the proposal for her new book, “Tangled Vines: Greed, Murder, Obsession, and an Arsonist in the Vineyards of California,” she had planned to leave her own connection to the California wine industry out of it.
Haven’s Kitchen owner Alison Cayne (above) says, “Everything you do creates this bigger energy. That connectedness is a very Jewish concept.”