About Adam Teeter

Adam is the Food Editor of Jewcy. He likes beer, wine and food.

Boozy Jew: Passover Seder Wine Crawl

Boozy Jew: Passover Seder Wine Crawl
By April 11, 2011

Just because you’re eating box after box of matzah, that doesn’t mean you have to skip the wine. Read More

The Boozy Jew: Cocktails On Purim

The Boozy Jew: Cocktails On Purim
By March 15, 2011

What would Mordechai drink? We’ve got the answer. Read More

Jeremiah Lockwood Takes Us To Little Senegal To Talk Food

Jeremiah Lockwood Takes Us To Little Senegal To Talk Food
By March 11, 2011

The Sway Machinery’s Jeremiah Lockwood takes us to New York’s Little Senegal neighborhood to talk about African food. Read More

Bring Back Shtetl Cuisine

Bring Back Shtetl Cuisine
By February 2, 2011

Some really classic Jewish cuisine has totally fallen off the map. Maybe that’s a good thing, maybe it isn’t. What would you bring back? Read More

The Boozy Jew: Drinking Alone On Christmas

The Boozy Jew: Drinking Alone On Christmas
By December 24, 2010

Whether you start drinking before or after the Chinese food, we’ve got a roundup of what tastes good this holiday season. Read More

Best Latke Idea Of The Day: Pumpkin Spice

Best Latke Idea Of The Day: Pumpkin Spice
By December 2, 2010

Pumpkin spice potato pancakes? Yes please. Read More

The Boozy Jew: The OTHER Thanksgiving Wine

The Boozy Jew: The OTHER Thanksgiving Wine
By November 24, 2010

Is the boozy Jew ready for Thanksgiving? Of course he is. Read More

The Last Of The Great Bronx Kosher Delis

The Last Of The Great Bronx Kosher Delis
By November 10, 2010

I’m not saying that I don’t believe good Kosher delis can exist in the Bronx, I do, and I know the Borough’s strong immigrant Jewish history, I was just quite frankly surprised that this Kosher deli was still alive and kicking, in the predominantly Latino Kingsbridge neighborhood. Read More