When an award-winning Israeli-American chef decides to have some fun with doughnuts and fried chicken, we want to play, too.
For National Donut Day, indulge in some sweet statistics, a dozen free doughnuts and a fresh perspective on office friendships.
Israel has sufganiyot — and Holland has “oil bulbs.”
In celebration of National Donut Day, here are 5 great places from D.C. to Seattle — plus two great recipes and a video about a donut spot…
An Israeli-owned car wash on New York’s West Side Highway has become the unlikely source of what may be the city’s most delicious donuts.
Food editor Liza Schoenfein makes a startling culinary admission: She doesn’t fry. Luckily, she finds, Breads Bakery makes delicious doughnuts so she doesn’t have to.
On Hanukkah, chocolate isn’t just for gelt. After tasting these warm, chocolate-filled sufganiyot, you won’t want to return to the old jelly-filled ones.
As winter slides in and makes itself comfy in New York for the next couple of months, locals are — as ever — on the lookout for interesting new edibles in the Hanukkah spirit, even as they pick up boxes of staunchly reliable latkes from Zabars and Russ & Daughters.
Hanukkah often feels like a week-long calorie splurge. Between the fried latkes, sufganiyot (Hebrew for doughnuts), and chocolate gelt, the extra calories can really add up quickly in our diets. But maybe there’s a way to enjoy the holiday’s celebration of oil and sweets a bit more healthfully? Indeed there is!