This Proctor and Gamble cookbook took aim at shmaltz - and vanquished it.
Predictably, jellied calves feet was not a fan-favorite.
— A popular Jewish deli in a Chicago suburb was vandalized in what is being investigated as a hate crime. The message “Free Gaza” was s…
Shmaltz Brewing Co said on Wednesday it has settled a lawsuit in which California’s Sutter Home Winery Inc accused it of infringing its “Menage a Trois” trademark by selling 12-packs of beer carrying the “MANNAge a Trois” name.
David Chudnow doesn’t know much about his grandfather except for a few stories. His favorite snack was a piece of rye toast, a slice of raw onion — and a schmear of schmaltz.
Plenty of formerly maligned foods have been catapulted into the culinary spotlight. Just look at the makeover Brussels sprouts have received in recent years, or the heftier price tag that anything fried in duck fat can demand. But schmaltz just can’t seem to get a break. James Beard Award-winning food writer and cookbook author Michael Ruhlman latest volume, “The Book of Schmaltz: A Love Song to a Forgotten Fat” is trying to change that.
Glorious excess is what most people remember about schmaltz: the love that went into it and, especially, the innocence that allowed everyone to revel in it.