This Friday night will be all the sweeter when we bake and serve challah again after a two week hiatus. Was anyone else yearning for sweet, yeasty, pull apart challah instead of flat, crumbly, dry matzah? Continue reading
Isn’t it great to get a head start on your holiday prep?
We’re offering one copy of Paula Shoyer’s THE NEW PASSOVER MENU to help you get inspired and think outside of your same ol’ Passover cooking box. Continue reading
Interested in learning the basics of Moroccan cooking? We’re giving away one copy of Sharing Morocco: Exotic Flavors from My Kitchen to Yours by Ruth Barnes! Continue reading
Sharing Morocco: Exotic Flavors from My Kitchen to Yours, by Ruth Barnes, takes home cooks on an enthusiastic tour of the basics of her native culinary traditions and tools.
Barnes’ volume aims to simplify and make accessible techniques and basic components of traditional Moroccan dishes. And she succeeds. Continue reading
I love sharing the scoop with my readers! Cookbook author and blogger, Ronnie Fein, has released her latest book called The Modern Kosher Kitchen . You may pre-order or pick it up after November 15.
Better yet, you can play your hand at this cookbook give-away and hope to win it here and now. Continue reading
Have you caught your breath from the whirlwind that was Labor Day yet? With just a bit over three weeks before the start of Rosh Hashanah, it’s a ripe time for Continue reading
I’ve started dreaming about summer pies bursting with bright roasted strawberries and sunny cherry tomatoes. Wait, maybe I should head into savory territory and re-think dinner on the patio with a taco pie layered with black beans, mushrooms and tempeh and topped by shredded Romaine and red bell peppers. Easy As Vegan Pie has me spinning in all different directions and that’s a great thing. Continue reading
It’s time for Give-Away #2 of the Thanksgivukkah season and this one contains true confessions from the self described “bride who knew nothing”, Jamie Geller. Continue reading
By Hannah Kaminsky
Not so far from the maddening crowds of Manhattan midtown, there sits an oasis of tranquility, hidden in plain sight. Prompted to remove your shoes before entering the dining room itself, this simple gesture simultaneously suggests that all other extraneous distractions be left at the door before proceeding. Adhering as closely to tradition as an entirely vegan Korean restaurant can, the experience of dining at Hangawi is almost as noteworthy as the food itself.