A new sign that popped up on the heavily trafficked bridge in October, complete with a bagel image, is meant to discourage people from leaving ‘love locks’ on the bridge.
Baking salmon in parchment paper is a simple way to add flavor to a dish without adding fat; this recipe uses white wine, fresh veggies and herbs for a light and delicious meal.
Our food editor intends to lighten it up between Purim and Passover with healthy, delicious recipes such as her roasted wild salmon over red-wine-simmered lentils.
Stress isn’t sexy. So Liza Schoenfein created a quick and easy Valentine’s Day dinner with help from Israeli spice master Lior Lev Sercarz and his intoxicating blend for lovers.
Delicious restaurant-quality recipe reworked for the home cook in a new cookbook, “Secret Restaurant Recipes From the World’s Top Kosher Restaurants.”
Len Berk is the last Jewish lox slicer at Zabar’s, the iconic Manhattan delicatessen. At 84, the former accountant still sees the sensual side of smoked salmon.
What do sex and salmon have in common? Ask Len Berkman. At 84, the former public accountant is the last Jewish lox-slicer at iconic Manhattan delicatessen, Zabar’s.
To celebrate spring, Katherine Martinelli shares recipes for poached salmon with minted fava-pea mash and asparagus — a meal that’s bursting with the flavors of the season.
For many consumers, even those comfortable purchasing and consuming GM products, there is something “different” about creating transgenic animals for human consumption. When people are confronted with the idea of genetically modified animals many think of Dolly, the famous sheep who was the first successful clone of a living animal. One of the first arguments against both cloning and genetically modifying animals is that scientists are “playing God.” However, in the 21st century, our society is used to other invasive measures which, at other points in human development, may have also been viewed as “playing God,” such as surgeries, birth control and fertility treatments. While the idea of “playing God” may be a compelling reason in some religious communities why humans should abstain from certain acts of which we are intellectually capable, this argument may not hold as much water in the Jewish religion. It could even be argued that Judaism encourages us to “play God;” or perhaps Judaism envisions these human innovations as “playing with God,” rather than pretending to be God.