Brain aneurysm survivor guides the reader through her recovery with the recipes that helped get here there.
Cookbook author Kim Kushner hosted fellow female kosher bloggers for an evening of food and friendship.
Make Cookie Love author Mindy Segal’s strawberry rhubarb rugelach with oatmeal streusel.
Learn from baker/author Mindy Segal, who got a Kitchen-Aid mixer for Chanukah when she was 13.
Helen Nash has come a long way.
From Siberia to the Upper East Side, from fussy French to frittatas and, most recently, from books to the Web.
A reissued vegetarian Yiddish cookbook gives a taste of flavorful interwar Lithuania.
Dahlia Abraham-Klein tried to write a 'challah book that's really a Torah book.'
When the ritual objects are all made of chocolate, the Seder raises disquieting questions about the delicious stuff's origins and labor practices.
For those who feel that Passover cooking can be as restrictive as their ancestors’ enslavement in Egypt, pastry chef and author Paula Shoyer says her new book “has arrived to set you free.”
Acclaimed boutique kosher vintners write a cookbook that suggests pairings for every dish.
'Eating Delancey' -- the reminiscences-with-recipes celebration of the LES -- schools you in the art of potato pancakes, and other delights.
Two food journos at the top of their game team up to photograph and celebrate, with celebrities, the delights of the LES.
Whether you think Beulah Levy’s adapation succeeds depends on whether you’ve got a Nawlins’-type sweet tooth.
In prewar Hungary, everyone minced the meat by hand when the craving for stuffed peppers became too powerful to ignore.
Food, Family And Tradition tells the story of the Hungarian refugees who owned the midwest’s largest kosher grocery store.
Food historian Gil Marks won a James Beard award, and made a signature Ethiopian stew better than the Ethiopians.
The beloved Israeli-born chef dishes on his obsession with fried foods, how the markets of Jerusalem inspire him and whether he'll open a restaurant here in NYC.
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