Founded by a Potomac-raised CESJDS graduate, Emma’s Torch is arming refugees with culinary training and English skills and preparing them for the culinary workforce. The organization recently opened a café in Brooklyn.
On a number of nights between Memorial Day and Labor Day, families with young children will gather at local ice cream and fro-yo shops for summer evenings of treats, crafts, books and socializing.
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Sesame paste sauces are common in Japanese cooking. While Middle Eastern tahini uses hulled…
Traveling around Japan, Paula and her family visited shrines and pagodas, slept on tatami mats, ate breakfasts of raw fish and rice and enjoyed the country’s striking balance of modernity and tradition.
Traveling to Asia brought Paula many new, exciting experiences. And she brought the flavors and fun of preparing kosher fruit galettes, coconut cakes and babka bites to Hong Kong’s diverse Jewish community
Sherry headed to Montgomery County to check out some of the local Jewish delis. She found lox, bagels and sandwiches that pleased her discerning granddaughter-of-deli-owners palate.
Robert Rosenthal left a career in advertising to go to culinary school and work in the food industry. Now he hosts cooking segments and is the author of the book Short Order Dad.