You may not make it to Philadelphia these days, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the flavors of its beloved restaurant Zahav. Join Michael Solomonov for a special (free!) Chanukah cooking class.
Have a hankering for a fried chicken sandwich? Thanks to a new food truck roaming the streets of the DMV, you can now one that’s *kosher*. Say hello to Schmaltz Brothers.
The road to women’s right to vote was long and bumpy, but throughout the country, it included suffrage cookbooks, which were put together to raise money and consciousness about the cause.
When Black and Jewish food cultures intersect, the results are delicious. Meet three people who are bringing together Black and Jewish food stories and recipes: Michael Twitty, Tsion Café and Lee Lee’s Rugelach.
Jewish food may not have a star in Hollywood, but it certainly deserves more than just 15 minutes of fame. Get comfy on the couch with these shows/movies and the right menu.
When a food tour company went on a pandemic-induced pause, its founder, a MD native now living in Israel, launched a platform to bring chefs, sommeliers and culinary experts into people’s homes.
The Great Big Jewish Food Fest, running May 19-28, is bringing Jewish food lovers together for 10 days of unbeatable events, all happening online and raising money for COVID-19 relief efforts.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington has mobilized to aid vulnerable members of the community and institutions through the Jewish Community Coronavirus Response Fund.
During this season of uncertainty and social distancing, one constant that will sustain our community is our ability to connect with one another. Here are some resources for Passover and beyond.
When a kosher-keeping member joined the family behind Arlington’s beloved Pastries by Randolph, the idea of making the bakery kosher surfaced. Then, thanks to DC Kosher, it became possible.