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My ad man dad was never a morning person. He said that when he slept, his best ideas came to him — including his award-winning slogans for “Leggo My Eggo,” “Soup is Good Food” and “Coke is It.”
Steven Rothfeld flips through his new book and stops on a page showing a focaccia with pieces of charred cauliflower dappling its surface.
As the interview drew to a close, the founder of the Bay Area’s latest kosher food startup checked notes on his cellphone to make sure he’d covered everything he wanted to discuss. At one point, he paused to take a call. A delivery of rice paper was late, stalling his operation.
Breakfast is a sadly underrepresented category in the field of Jewish cookbooks. Scanning through the table of contents in most of them, you’d be hard pressed to find a category devoted to the morning meal.
On a recent Tuesday night at the Chabad House Bowery on the Lower East Side, a crowd began to form. Tables covered in craft paper filled the room, tea lights flickering in mason jars. At a long table at one end, servers set up paper plates and jugs of ice tea — but no food. “Jazzie’s running late,” explained Matt Glick, the Chabad House chief of staff.