In the (Jewish) Night Kitchen

This week on our book blog Members of the Scribe, we’re hosting guest-blogger Stanley Ginsburg, author of Inside the Jewish Bakery. ...

Top Jewish Food Trends of 2011

Another (secular) year is almost up, and it’s been a pretty good year for Jewish and kosher cuisine. We’ve had ...

Shabbat Recipe Roundup: Chinese “Takeout”

Christmas is here, and Chinese restaurants are preparing for the Jews to take over. This week I’ve put together some ...

Unique Sufganiyot

Last week at work (well my other work), I had my first sufganiya, or traditional Hanukkah jelly doughnut, of the ...

Jelly Doughnut Ice Cream

Let me be clear about one thing before I go any further. I almost feel like this is confessional: I ...

Healthy Spinach Latkes

As delicious as they are healthy.

How Super is Your Supermarket?

I love food shopping, probably even more than I enjoy clothes shopping. There’s something both exciting and relaxing about meticulously ...

Shabbat Recipe Roundup

Another week, another round of recipe ideas for your Shabbat table. Last month I had the most delicious Caesar Brussel ...

Customer Service is Our #2 Priority

I grew up in Chicago, and my mother shopped at a variety of kosher butchers. That said, in Chicago, the ...

How to Make the Perfect Latke

I recently told my parents that they cursed me. The way I see it, when my (probable) Irish genes collided ...

Beyond Your Bubbe’s Latkes

I love making latkes, and like most of us, I have my preferred ways of serving the latke. Last year ...

5 Tips For Making Non-Kosher Recipes Kosher

Recently I saw a recipe online that looked delicious…but it called for gelatin. One of my all-time favorite Passover dessert ...