Jewish Food

A Klutz’ Guide To Cooking: Making Mom’s Jewish Penicillin (Chicken Soup) For The First Time

A Klutz’ Guide To Cooking: Making Mom’s Jewish Penicillin (Chicken Soup) For The First Time
By February 2, 2012

When you’re sick and mom isn’t around, it’s time to learn to make soup like she does. Read More

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A Klutz’ Guide To Cooking: Post-Shabbat Empanadas

A Klutz’ Guide To Cooking: Post-Shabbat Empanadas
By January 12, 2012

Get some vegan chorizo, some onions peppers, maybe some Old Bay, and make yourself some empanadas. Read More

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Christopher Hitchens And Swine

Christopher Hitchens And Swine
By January 10, 2012

After a lifelong curiosity about the prohibition against pork, one writer finds a satisfying answer—in the writings of the late Christopher Hitchens. Read More

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How To Have A Dr. Brown’s Hanukkah Cocktail Party

How To Have A Dr. Brown’s Hanukkah Cocktail Party
By December 22, 2011

We take a classic Jewish staple and booze it up just in time for your Hanukkah party. Read More

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Two Jewish Brothers Walk Into A Brooklyn Kitchen (And Come Out With A Latke Recipe)

Two Jewish Brothers Walk Into A Brooklyn Kitchen (And Come Out With A Latke Recipe)
By December 20, 2011

Meet Max and Eli Sussman, two brothers in the thick of the Brooklyn food revolution. Read More

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A Klutz’ Guide To Cooking: Hanukkah Sufganiyot

A Klutz’ Guide To Cooking: Hanukkah Sufganiyot
By December 19, 2011

Making the Hanukkah donuts we all know and love. Read More

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The (New) Smoked Fish And Schmaltz Latke Man Of Brooklyn

The (New) Smoked Fish And Schmaltz Latke Man Of Brooklyn
By December 15, 2011

Peter Shelsky is upping the ante on an important component to the new Jewish food scene: smoked fish. Read More

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Shmaltz Gets A Bar Mitzvah

Shmaltz Gets A Bar Mitzvah
By December 13, 2011

Celebrating thirteen years of the most Jewish craft beer around. Read More

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