“Pickled” Food Blog Launches with Jewcy Sweet New Year Recipe Contest
Jewish delis may close more than open these days, but Jewish cuisine isn't going anywhere. This Wednesday Jewcy launches Pickled, a blog about cooking and entertaining the Jewcy way. We'll break recipes down with pictures and easy instructions. We'll rank … Read More
Jewish delis may close more than open these days, but Jewish cuisine isn't going anywhere. This Wednesday Jewcy launches Pickled, a blog about cooking and entertaining the Jewcy way. We'll break recipes down with pictures and easy instructions. We'll rank essential grocery store products and kitchen tools. We'll interview our favorite Jewish and Jewishly-inspired chefs and cook book authors. We'll advise you on catering menus for bat mitzvahs and weddings. We'll profile restaurants with the Jewciest eats in your hometown and around the world. We’ll show you just how far beyond shmaltz, pastrami, and matzah balls Jewish cuisine goes. (But don't worry–we'll blog plenty about these, too.) Whether you've got the knife skills of Bobby Flay or find your cheese grater daunting, Pickled breaks it down for all skill levels. And with Rosh Hashanah—Thanksgiving's Jewish culinary equivalent—quickly approaching, what better time for Pickled? As we pool recipes and tips to help you fill your Rosh Hashanah dinner tables, we thought we’d go to you, Readers, for your holiday favorites.
Honey is the star of the Rosh Hashanah meal, eaten to welcome a sweet new year. We want to know: How do you take your honey? Whipped into a crème brulee? Warmed and painted over crispy chicken wings? In a dip for fried pickles? If you’ve got a honey recipe you love enter it in our “Jewcy Sweet New Year” recipe contest. Sharon Lebewohl, former chef of New York's famous Second Avenue Deli, will help judge the tastiest and most innovative recipes to feature on Jewcy. We’ll also send winning entrants a gift box of Jewcy swag. Don’t wait! Send recipes to Pickled@Jewcy.com.