Romanian eggplant spread, also called “poor man’s caviar” is a great side dish to go with challah on Shabbos. In this episode of our Yiddish cooking show, featuring a brand new intro, Rukhl Schaechter and Eve Jochnowitz demonstrate how it’s made.
In Fiddler on the Roof, Lazar Wolf was into Tzeitel.
First, there was Barneys New York, whose liquidation continues after an August filing.
I ate a bagel for breakfast this morning. It was a St. Viateur bagel from Montreal, shipped to the supermarket in Toronto, sliced, frozen, and toasted, then shmeared liberally with Western Dairy cream cheese. I split it with my son. It was perfect. At least for me.
“Our Lox Is Getting a Facelift,” trumpeted the e-mail from Steingold’s Deli in Chicago: “We’re partnering with Skuna Bay Salmon, the acclaimed Vancouver Island company known for its pristine salmon harvested directly from the ocean via environmental-friendly practices.”