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Chef Zachary Engel, chef de cuisine at Shaya restaurant in New Orleans, has said that he lacks “a-grandma-taught-me-everything story.” No matter. He was this year’s winner of the James Beard Rising Star award.
On Shabbat morning, after synagogue, Sephardic Jews traditionally sit down to a meal called a desayuno (Spanish and Ladino for “breakfast”). The meal is relaxed and casual, a brunchy spread of savory pastries, frittata-like egg dishes, fried eggplant, rice pudding, cheeses, olives, and shots of the anise-flavored apéritif ouzo (known as arak in Arabic).
Unlike Hanukkah’s potato latkes and sufganiyot or Purim’s hamantaschen, there aren’t a lot of specific foods that come along with celebrating Sukkot.
Summer might be beginning to wind down, but peak harvest season — which, where I live in the Northeast of the United States runs roughly from July through mid-October — is going strong. The farmers market is entering that magical sweet spot where late summer’s sweet corn and glistening eggplants meet early fall’s new crop of apples and squash.