Martha Rosler’s “Semiotics of the Kitchen” made a lot of men angry in 1975. To Rosler, not a lot has changed.
Gefilte fish tacos, anyone?
What happens when an interfaith couple opens a kosher brewery in Portland, OR?
“We don’t want to waste anything of the animal.”
Chef Yoram Nitzan made his name as a seafood master. Now, he’s moved on to kosher.
A new food anthology declares “deliciousness” a distinct benefit of immigration.
These two Jewish foodies have created a cookbook for those recovering from cancer.
‘MeToo’ isn’t the best name for a Middle Eastern chickpea dip.
“It’s a hard time to be Mexican. It’s a hard time to be Jewish. Sometimes you think, ‘Do you really want to announce that you’re Mexican-Jewish?’”
Billionaires! They’re just like us!