If you’re in Kansas City on October 17, don’t miss FED, the first kosher pop-up restaurant event created by the Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City and Dinner Lab.
A second cookbook from Kim Kushner, author of The Modern Menu, is kosher in a subdued kind of way, yet full of beautiful photos, helpful instructions and, of course, tasty recipes (many one-pot options, too!).
Recipe of the Week
Chilly fall days call for warm healthy dinners. This sweet and sour…
Rabbi James of JSSA reminds us that on Sukkot we eat outside, “living flush with life,” and remember that like our sukkah, we, too, are permeable and need different kinds of support.
Although most of us do not harvest in the traditional sense, in our lives we constantly plant seeds in order to reap benefits. This Sukkot, celebrate by stopping and reflecting on your personal harvest.
A look at the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington’s collection of community cookbooks reveals the importance of Sukkot to Washington’s foodies and some of the elaborate menus they planned to celebrate the harvest.
Whether you call her Grandma, Bubbe, Savta or Nano, no one represents the link between food, history and memory better than a grandmother. One filmmaker set out to document this with Grandmas Project.