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Booze and Vinyl, by Andre and Tenaya Darlington, is a sleek volume with suggestions for cocktails and music pairings — including recipes for listening to the iconic Songs Of Leonard Cohen album on vinyl.
As the New York City fiscal budget for 2019 begins to take shape, city officials are taking the opportunity to push new initiatives. With 38% of today’s New York public school students Jewish and Muslim, and growing rapidly, new measures are needed to suit their dietary restrictions.
Dessert of Mankind
When I first saw Beth Warren’s new cookbook, Secrets Of A Kosher Girl, it looked to me like the kind of book that could’ve easily been published twenty years ago. In the food world, diet foods and books are passe these days, with people focusing more on a “health first” philosophy that welcomes different kinds of bodies.
A gala used to be an occasion where you would put on your most uncomfortable shoes, totter over to the refurbished lunchroom of your child’s school and sit at a table with ten other people you hated while waiters glumly brought you dishes of overcooked salmon with lethargic sprigs of thyme perched indelicately on top.