Michael Pollan had enlightenment envy.
An overachieving family of fressers spills culinary secrets in a gift-worthy new cookbook.
The Pollan Family — Corky and her daughters Dana, Lori and Tracy — included this recipe, from Corky’s mother, in their cookbook.
A self-described ‘Semitic swinologist’ says there’s no real reason for Jews to avoid pork. But whatever you do, don’t call it kosher.
Food journalist Michael Pollan chats about his new book and why the other white meat’s forbidden status should be reconsidered. Hear him out.
“I like pork a lot,” author Michael Pollan admitted recently to a packed sanctuary at Washington, D.C.’s Sixth & I Historic Synagogue.
A new film, “Queen of the Sun,” looks at the collapse of bee colonies in North America, and its impact on our food supply — and our Rosh Hashanah honey.
I remember my grandparents talking about having “a seltzer,” maybe even an “egg cream.” As a child, I thought: What’s that? Are there eggs in it?
Animal science expert Temple Grandin suggests some steps that kosher slaughterhouses could take to improve animal welfare on the op-ed page of the Forward.