Kosher Pirate offers more than 100 types of sushi rolls, including some that mix Japanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, like the “shakshuka fusion.”
Days after Beyond Sushi obtained kosher certification, we caught up with its owner/chef, who was once a finalist on “Hell’s Kitchen.”
The inventor of the sushi burrito finds inspiration in bagels.
A Jewish women sushi chef who’s also a certified knife sharpener? That’s Brooklynite Yael Peet.
This year, the Passover menus of many American Jews may feature rice and beans or sushi for the first time, thanks to new rules taking them off the list of foods forbidden during the elaborate meals prepared for the long holiday, which begins on Friday.
L’Chaim Sushi’s appeal was its kosher status. Sustainability came later, when eco-friendly Bay Area clients began requesting sustainably sourced fish.
Much has been written on how to improve hamantaschen, but Mayim Bialik wins with her version of “nouveau” Purim cooking: sushi hamantaschen.
Homemade inari sushi, mandle bread, rice balls, spicy edamame, hamantaschen, and rice crispy treats. If there was anything incongruous about the offerings at the recent bake sales for Japan earthquake relief at Brandeis Hillel Day School, a pluralistic Jewish day school in San Francisco, no one seemed to notice. The mix of Jewish, Japanese and American treats spoke directly to the palates of this unique modern Jewish community.