These artisanal creations are not your grandfather’s deli’s knishes.
This trio discovered the joy of the knish at the venerable Yonah Shimmel deli and bakery on the Lower East Side.
A knish exhibition curated by Laura Silver will be on display at the City Reliquary this Sunday
What happens when a homesick, Brooklyn-born bookworm decides to start making his own knishes in deli-starved Austin, Texas?
After reporting on the rumor that the 115-year-old Yonah Schimmel knishery was closing, food editor Liza Schoenfein received an email setting the record straight.
Forty-three years ago today, Gussie “Ma” Schwebel graced the front page of the Forverts after engaging in correspondence with Eleanor Roosevelt about her knishes.
It’s being reported that Lower East Side landmark Yonah Schimmel Knish Bakery may be about to lose its lease. Here’s what we know.
‘Proust had his Madeleine, Jewish New Yorkers had their knishes,’ Laura Silver writes in her new book ‘Knish: In Search of the Jewish Soul Food.’
We at the Forward shed a tear when we heard that Gabila’s was forced to shut down its knish factory after a fire last fall. Five months later, the drought finally ends today.
Everything about the Super Bowl is expensive. We get it. But $11 for a Hebrew National frank or $6 for a kosher knish? That’s nuts.