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Latkepalooza: Philly's Potato-Pancake Smackdown

Photograph courtesy of Abe Fisher.

Potato Latke with Gin-Cured Salmon, Pickled Beets and Boursin

Photograph and recipe courtesy of Abe Fisher.

Michael Solomonov's Culinary Tribute to Slain Brother

Michael Solomonov puts the final touches on dinner commemorating the 10th anniversary of his brother?s death.

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Michael Solomonov puts the final touches on dinner commemorating the 10th anniversary of his brother?s death.

For Israeli-American chef Michael Solomonov, this weekend’s dinner in an Israeli park had been in the making for 10 years – ever since his younger brother David was killed on duty in the Israel Defense Forces.

Roll Your Own Montreal Bagels — In Philly

Roll-your-own bagel night at Spread Bagelry

Image: Howard Shapiro

Roll-your-own bagel night at Spread Bagelry

The humble bagel is a staple of Western Jewish culture, but what most of us know about it amounts to little more than a shmear. After all, bagels are generally something we buy, not bake.

Shabbat Meals: Snapper Provencal

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For most people, the Reading Railroad is a valuable spot on the monopoly board. But Philadelphians will proudly claim it their own. The old terminal, of a 60-mile train line that ran between Philadelphia and Reading (from 1839-1976), has housed The Reading Terminal Market since 1893. Filled with open stalls for butchers, Amish farmers, cheese makers, bakeries and coffee roasters, it is a food lover’s paradise, with endless alleys and indoor streets to explore. It is one of the rare remnants of a generation of markets that were created around the turn of the century by city officials concerned with the public health problems caused by outdoor markets.

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