Chanie Apfelbaum of ‘Busy in Brooklyn’ has a new mantra for High Holiday cooking: “Scale it back,” and “tone it down.”
Seared short ribs, red wine, shallots, garlic, and herbs bubbling on the stovetop fill your entire home with the most incredible smell and warmth.
Highlight the beauty of this season’s bounty of apples with the signature crunch from puff pastry dough.
Celery leaves and root go into this creamy hot or cold soup.
Peaches, plums, pluots, nectarines all abound at the farmer’s market. Cobblers, crisps, and pies demand to be baked. Turn on the oven!
The startup Fishwife sells beautifully packaged sustainable fish in cans
Alexander Rapaport is a Brooklyn Chasid. Lee Jones is an Ohio born-and-bred Christian farmer. Together, they promote human dignity through food.
Original recipe: Page 54-55 The Chef’s Garden By Farmer Lee Jones
Kosher issue: Meat and dairy
Recipe adapted by: Chef Jordana Hirschel
Behind the register, Sandra Hirsch connected to much of Surfside’s Jewish community.
Meet Paul Finkelman, the legal historian who found a ham with an OU symbol.