Join the editor of the Yiddish Forward Rukhl Schaechter in the Bronx as she gives a lecture, in Yiddish, on the topic, “The History of Gefilte Fish.”
The gefilte fish you’ve been eating is nothing but a glorified fish patty. Watch how Jews really made it - by stuffing the carp.
Talya Zax wrote on ““Die Stadt Ohne Juden,” or “The City Without Jews,” a 1924 Austrian silent film that was rediscovered in a flea market.
I always found the shtetl foods — chicken necks and smoked fish — disgusting. Until now.
A consortium of local radio stations have banded together to revive beloved local news organizations Gothamist and DNAInfo.
The humble staple of the Ashkenazi culinary canon will be celebrated at the first official Kneydl Bar.
Sukkot is about hospitality, reminding us of the mitzvah to welcome anyone in need of the bounty of our sukkah.
Nosh Berlin united Jews and non-Jews around Jewish foods and traditions, while giving the cuisine its rightful place in the city’s culture.
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.