At a gala celebrating the centenary of Leonard Bernstein, doyen of a certain era of New York society, a sea of black outfits was clearly celebratory.
These carrots are delicious and warming –- perfect as an easy side dish, not to mention healthy and addictive!
Store-bought harissa is an excellent time saver if you don’t have time to make your own version of this North-African condiment.
In her book ‘1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die,’ Mimi Sheraton offers the definitive word on making gefilte fish even a doubter will love.
A light but satisfying jewel-toned beet-and-carrot winter slaw is the perfect dish after so much holiday indulgence.
Liro Films wrote: “Sweet Dreams” stars a group of stalwart Rwandese women who discover the power of drumming and ice cream. Ingoma Nshya (“New Kingdom”) is the name of Rwanda’s first and only all-female drumming group. The troupe is made up of women from all ages and from both the Hutu and Tutsi tribes.
Mother-daughter cooking duo share their secret of how to make the Russian savory pastries pirozhki.
Although carrots often play a supporting role in the culinary world, I’ve long appreciated them in their own right. As a baby I turned a subtle hue of orange from consuming so much carrot puree, and as a child I happily mimicked my favorite cartoon character, Bugs Bunny, by chomping on carrots every chance I got. Apparently the world has caught up, since a recent New York Times article declared carrots the new Brussels sprouts.
This week The Jew and the Carrot celebrates the first anniversary of its re-launch. In honor of the milestone, we took a deeper look at the roots of our namesake veggie — the carrot and its tangled Jewish past.
Empire Kosher Poultry, the largest kosher chicken company in the country, claims “it produces a healthier, cleaner, more reliably kosher chicken than available anywhere else in America — and in a socially and environmentally responsible way,” according to JTA.