Why are hotels turning to Jewish delis for Is ‘haimish’ suddenly hot in hospitality?
Here are the nominees for Forward Food Choice Award for best Jewish deli.
Arvind Mahankali, the 13-year-old Indian-American winner of this year’s National Spelling Bee, may have never noshed on a ‘knaidel.’ But he sure knows how to spell the Yiddish word.
Who can tell the difference between a “Triple Bypass Burger” and a “Triple Bypass Sandwich?” Everyone can, according to the owners of the legendary 2nd Avenue Deli.
This month’s issue of Saveur focuses on all variates sandwiches and of course takes a look at the great Katz’s deli. They share Katz’s recipe for chopped liver and a great video on the 2nd Avenue Deli’s pastrami.
After working as the White House’s “ethics czar,” Norm Eisen, son of a holocaust surivor, will take over the post of Ambassador to the Czech Republic, says NPR. The Ambassador who keeps kosher, will kasher his new kitchen, in a home that once served as Nazi Headquarters for the region.
I’m dressing as a knish for Halloween. And it’s not just for kitsch value.
Join Jewish farmers, rabbis, nutritionists, chefs and foodies to explore the dynamic interplay of food, Jewish traditions and contemporary life at Hazon’s 5th Annual Food Conference this Winter.
The Big Apple has been in a funk ever since the famed 2nd Avenue Deli closed its doors two years ago. Now, as the Forward just reported, it’s set to reopen, on 33rd Street between Lexington and Third Avenue. (It may be a slightly ridiculous location for the 2nd Avenue Deli, but I’m not complaining, since it’s only a block from the Forward’s offices.)