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In ‘Now & Again’ (forthcoming September 4, 2018), Turshen ventures beyond the recipes, into the tricky why’s and wherefore’s of cooking, offering timetables for serving (how long can that chili and cornbread lunch last in your freezer?) options for sides to accompany main dishes, and options for ways to reinvent leftovers.
How long does it take to build a map of all the kosher restaurants in NYC? For Yossi Hoffman, creator of koshermap.nyc, a compendium of all vegan, vegetarian and kosher restaurants in the New York City area, the answer was a lifetime of preparation, and two weeks of intensive work. “I want it to be a resource,” Hoffman told me over the phone.
Kenny and Ziggy’s Deli of Houston, Texas presents a challenge to all their customers.
Honey is one of the few foods in the world that can never go bad, but still qualifies as real food your grandmother would recognize. Since ancient times, honey has been a major part of many cultures, and Judaism is no exemption. On Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, apples and honey are traditionally eaten, to inspire the people eating it to have a sweet new year.
Animal Crackers Are Freed From Cages — But Don’t Forget The Jewish Immigrant Artist Behind The Original Art
After 116 years, Nabisco is letting its animals roam free…on its animal cracker boxes. After facing pressure from the permanently disgruntled PETA, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Mondelez International, Nabisco’s parent company, relented and decided to redesign the box. In the process, they dismissed the Jewish-American immigrant packaging art of one Sydney S. Stern, who designed the box in 1923.