The high-end Tel Aviv food scene has finally come to New York.
New Orleans chef Alon Shaya will host ‘Burnt Ends,’ a kosher barbecue dinner at Miami’s Chabad center, as part of SOBEWFF 2017.
During Passover week, Israeli-born chef Alon Shaya is rolling out a Seder menu at his acclaimed New Orleans eatery, Shaya, that combines his Jewish roots with local flavors.
The chef’s Sephardic-style charoset is based on his grandmother’s, but he adds an Italian twist with Moscato wine and hazelnuts.
An Israeli restaurant in New Orleans doesn’t sound like a recipe for success, but when chef Alon Shaya opened his namesake eatery, Shaya, on Magazine Street this past February 2015, he proved the doubters wrong.
MacDonald’s for Orthodox teens, deli in Columbus, plus everything new in the world of Jewish food.
What do a Southern staple like okra and an Israeli favorite like tahini have in common? New Orleans chef Alon Shaya brings sabra tastes to the Big Easy.
In the final installment of our Chosen Chefs series, we head to New Orleans to catch up with chef Alon Shaya, executive chef of Domenica. Like all of the chefs we’ve profiled, Shaya is a member of the tribe who’s worth keeping on your radar. If we were the betting type, we could some James Beard Awards in his future.