A list of our favorite Jewish cookbooks of 2017, from authors including Joan Nathan, Yotam Ottolenghi and Deb Perelman.
Another kosher bakery opens in the Bay Area — this one, gluten free.
Owner Isaac Yosef doesn’t want Frena to be the best kosher bakery in the Bay Area. He wants it to be the best bakery, period.
Ottolenghi alums Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich, the Israeli couple behind London’s Honey & Co., have a beautiful new baking book full of sweet and savory treats.
A new cookbook from popular New York restaurant Le Marais is put through its paces. The result? A restaurant-quality winter meal at home.
An exciting array of beautiful new books includes recipes from Israel, Rome’s Jewish quarter, Brooklyn and the Upper Midwest.
Chefs in the kosher world continue to up the ante, and Renee Muller can be included in this group.
Stressful Thanksgiving dinner? The rest of the holiday weekend need not be. A new cookbook offers recipes for pot-infused gefilte fish, challah, latkes, kugel, matzo balls and more.
Tense Thanksgiving dinner? There’s always Shabbat. A culinary mad scientist whips up a delicious and dizzying Friday-night dinner. (Think THC-laced matzo balls, for starters.)