Celebrate Passover with a Uighur salad
The best matzah ball soup recipe is right here
This recipe is not just about coming up with a hamentaschen that is actually, you know, good. It’s about my nostalgia for the lemon hand pies I used to buy at the supermarket as a kid. They were junky, sugary calzones, shelf-stable, filled with a too-sweet lemon custard, and I loved them. Either they disappeared or I’m shopping in the wrong aisles, but just as well: the loss spurred me to create these far better hamentaschen in their image.
A lot of us shed tears when Amanda Gorman recited her poem “The Hill We Climb” at the inauguration of President Joe Biden.
The day American democracy withstood an attack on the seat of its government, Jan. 6, 2020, I decided to make a festive meal — after all Jews have created whole holidays over much less. But what food goes with this celebration? Beet borscht, I decided. It’s comforting, fast (so we can get back to guarding Congress against all enemies domestic and…domestic), and full of nourishment— for the long fight ahead. Serve hot every Jan. 6, or cold, on July 4.
A Soprano-worthy beet green-stuffed braised beef roll
I ended Inauguration Day at Dodger Stadium. Actually, three miles outside Dodger Stadium, the last car in a line to get inside the nation’s largest Covid-19 vaccination site.
Editor’s note: In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Forward is resurfacing some of our recent coverage related to the Black-Jewish experience and racial justice. This article originally appeared in June, 2020.
Editor’s note: In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Forward is resurfacing some of our recent coverage related to the Black-Jewish experience and racial justice. This article originally appeared in July, 2020.
One long face-to-face meeting with Sheldon Adelson taught me everything I needed to know about the secret to the man’s success.