“Gluten-free” and “kosher” often portends culinary tedium. But at Arba, a newish Upper West Side hotspot, Israeli chef Nir Zook has made magic with a vegetable-forward, brightly flavored menu that’s as virtuous as delicious.
Appetizing is having a moment. First, Russ & Daughters gets its own museum show at the Center for Jewish History. Now, hip bagel chain Black Seed is opening its own appetizing shop at Manhattan’s Chelsea Market.
It was a celebration wholly representative of Chef Einat Admony’s new cookbook “Shuk.”
Kish Kash, Manhattan’s beloved couscous restaurant, is going on hiatus. But it’s for a good cause — Whirled Peas.
The Yiddish word for “mouse” is moyz.