Food Fall 2012


Bite Your Tongue!

By Leah Koenig

Tongue is staging a comeback, particularly on the menus of Jewish restaurants that are trying to give traditional Ashkenazi fare a fresh take.Read More


Visual Diaries From the Israeli Kitchen

By Naama Shefi

FOOD: Instagram has taken over the Tel Aviv food scene. Many of the most talented and savvy young chefs have become inspired photographers of their dishes.Read More


Tale of Two Gefiltes

By Devra Ferst

A handful of culinary mavericks seek to elevate gefilte fish’s lowly reputation. Gefilteria turns out small traditional batches while Kutsher’s Tribeca has reinvented the dish. Read More


Jerusalem, Revisited

By Adeena Sussman

Yotam Ottolenghi sees his cookbook as a profile of Jerusalem through food. In a polarized city, he found a cooking culture that hummed along to its own rhythm.Read More


Can Jezebel Succeed as Kosher Hot Spot?

By Rebecca Flint Marx

New York’s newest hip kosher restaurant is far from the first eatery to try to succeed at being ‘coincidentally kosher.’ But has SoHo’s Jezebel broken the mold?Read More





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