Peter Shelsky’s Rueben-themed concoctioin was a major crowd-pleaser at the annual fundraiser.
An easy recipe for potato pancakes can be dressed up or kept super simple.
‘On the Chocolate Trail’ by Rabbi Deborah Prinz makes the perfect Hanukkah present for the chocolate lover in your life.
Shmaltz Brewing Company’s Hanukkah beers make refreshing gifts.
Latkes and sufganiyot are the unrefuted stars of the Hanukkah culinary landscape, but they are by no means the only festive foods to make and eat during the holiday. For a night or two we might convince ourselves that we could live on all that golden-fried goodness, but at some point the need for protein, green vegetables and other holiday fare makes itself apparent.
Chaim Dauermann, bar manager of The Up & Up, devised a drink that’s part science project, part potent potable — Hanukkah in a cocktail glass.
When an award-winning Israeli-American chef decides to have some fun with doughnuts and fried chicken, we want to play, too.
An ad for Alka Seltzer in a 1936 issue of the Yiddish-language Forward shows a rabbi speaking to a glass of the hangover cure.
In an ad from a 1947 issue of the Forverts is copy that begins, ‘If you like pumpkin spice flavored pie…’
Asmar’s Original Hommus may have been tainted with Listeria, a bacteria that can cause catastrophic infection in pregnant women.