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“It’s not Katz’s; you can’t recreate it — and I’m not going to try.” That’s Jake Dell, the owner of Katz’s, the deli icon that’s been slicing pastrami on the Lower East Side of Manhattan since 1888. But Dell is standing near a glowing red and white sign that, in the deli’s signature font, spells Katz’s — and this is Brooklyn; not the Lower East Side.
Father’s Day this year just got a little tastier.
A kibbutz with delicious food in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood? Well, kind of.
Fleet Week draws to a close today, but I got a souvenir at Yohah Shimmel Knish Bakery in the form of this photograph.
Food culture has long been an interest of adults, but lately, teens are getting in on the trend too — and now, Jewish teen foodies can get their culinary fix over the summer. Zeke Teen’s new three-week travel program gives rising 10th, 11th, and 12th graders the opportunity to experience the food and fitness cultures of New York City, Philadelphia, and Boston through a Jewish lens. Teens will learn about the culinary traditions of these three iconic northeastern cities, shop for spices at local markets, cook meals with master chefs, work out with top trainers, and help feed the hungry at local nonprofits.