Liz Rueven

After years of eating too many slabs of grilled salmon and pasta topped with soggy veggies, Liz Rueven got serious about finding the restaurants that serve plenty of vegetable based dishes for kosher keepers like her. She's kosher on the inside, veg on the go, and always on the lookout for the most scrumptious, organic, seasonal eats wherever she lands. Restaurant and product reviews, tips on events where like-minded eaters can actually eat, and news about folks in the food world are all fair game. Check out her blog, Kosher Like Me.


Articles by Liz Rueven

The Original Israeli Chocolate King is Back in NYC

The force behind Max Brenner is back with all new chocolate creations.

Spatchcock Chicken Recipe: Your New Friday Night Favorite

Try this method for moist chicken with super crispy skin.

Harissa and Spring Greens Frittata Recipe

An easy meal that comes together in minutes, made with farm-fresh eggs and spiced with harissa.

Meatballs with Tahini and Tomatoes Recipe

The rich, nutty flavor of sesame adds a special pop to this creamy dish.

Za’atar Potato Skins Recipe

If you yearn for Israeli flavors as you prep for your Super Bowl party, consider creating a mash-up of old ...

Leftover Chicken Recipes: Moroccan Spinach Pie & 5 More Easy Ideas

What to do with that leftover moist chicken from your soup-making?

Summer Pasta Salad with Roasted Red Pepper Tahini Dressing Recipe

Nix the mayo and dairy and consider tahini and roasted red peppers as a base for a nutty pasta salad dressing.

Savory Cheese Kugel Recipe for Shavuot

Shavuot, the Festival of Weeks, marks the end of the seven­th week counting of the Omer from the start of Passover. ...

Creamy Non-Dairy Asparagus Soup Recipe

This velvety, bright green soup is easy to assemble, puree and re­heat.

Goat Cheese, Silan and Olive Galette Recipe

Cooking creatively to celebrate Tu Bishvat is a little like peeking into a mystery basket of unrelated elements on CHOPPED ...