There are so many great food ‘grammers out there, but where to start? Here are some of the Instagram accounts that inspire us here at The Nosher. Some are the personal accounts of talented Jewish chefs, offering a behind-the-scenes look into some of the greatest kitchens in the country. Others here are purely for fun–there’s Hot Dudes Eating Hummus, and a collection of the most over-the-top bagel sandwiches we’ve ever seen.
You know those people who get sick of eating French fries or potatoes? Yeah, I am not one of them. And I especially love tater tots. I don’t know what it is about them that gets me so excited, but it’s like an addiction. I should also say, I equally love high end homemade tots and the plain old frozen ones from Trader Joe’s. They are crunchy, creamy, crispy and cute. And I can’t get enough.
If you stuff your falafel sandwich with pickled turnips and cucumbers, what’s stopping you from adding something pickled to your falafel batter?
In thinking about “Jewish” desserts, certain dishes immediately come to mind:
Were your bagel eyes bigger than your stomach? Before you toss those tough and overly chewy stale bagels, try repurposing them with one of our recipes below.
The rumors are true: Trader Joe’s is now carrying vegan marshmallows. And if you keep a kosher or vegan diet, you know how hard it can be to find gelatin-free marshmallows, especially at a national chain supermarket!
Looking around the Orthodox neighborhoods in Brooklyn, you’ll probably spot more sushi bars than kosher delis. What’s the story behind this kosher sushi craze?
I make chicken so often that my kids once told me we were all going to grow feathers and start clucking. But they never complained that it was the same old chicken, because it never was. There are few foods as versatile as this worthy bird, so it was always easy for me to prepare it in a multitude of ways. Over the years I learned that chicken dinner never has to be boring.
Rabbi Hanon Hecht. Photo from Chabad.
Until recently, turmeric was a relatively under-utilized member of the spice rack. You might have sprinkled it into a curry every now and then, or wondered what to do with it.