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It took almost 18 years, but kosher-observant employees at Facebook’s main campus in Menlo Park, California, finally have a kosher dining option. According to YNetNews, the venue — a large “caravan” that’s being called “Kosher Truck” — joins 11 other eateries at the company’s enormous headquarters.
There was a lot of talk about grandmothers at the 9th Annual Latke Festival, held during Hannukah at the Brooklyn Museum: their recipes, their knuckles, their advice and their place at the hot stove.
The beady eyes in my taco glare back amid the citrus salsa and avocado, and peek out from behind a leaf of cilantro. The first bite is crunchy, and faintly nutty, like toasted corn — if toasted corn came with six legs and a pair of wings. Before long I’m popping individual fried locusts into my mouth like peanuts.
Einat Admony has made a name for herself in New York City. The Israeli-born chef owns a few restaurants, like Balaboosta and Bar Bolonat, which have attracted a lot of interest. But there are those who say that her real forte is her two fast-food restaurants (actually two-and-a-half) called Taïm that sell falafel in SoHo and the West Village. The “half” is a falafel truck that circulates around Manhattan.