After last year’s kugel success, this year’s Eat Well, Do Justice! (September 17th) will feature creative takes on blintzes to raise funds for Tzedek DC’s work helping low-income DC residents fight debt-related crises.
Every year chefs, farmers, writers, environmentalists, activists and others gather at the Hazon Food Conference for inspiring and educational workshops, demos and discussions about Jewish food. This year’s is August 1–5.
Schlow Restaurant Group’s executive pastry chef Alex Levin combines Jewish and Italian flavors in a new brunch in the city and talks about his newfound understanding of the power of food.
The artfully plated dishes at Fancy Radish can’t possibly be vegan—or can they? Yes, everything—including the rutabaga fondue!—at the new DC spot from award-winning Philly restaurateurs is plant based.
With her company Sip City, Nikki Blank is reviving a drink that was popular in Colonial America—and the modern DC Jewish community has played a big role in its growth.
New award-winning cookbooks from Yotam Ottolenghi, Stella Parks and David Lebovitz focus entirely on our favorite part of the meal: dessert. Pull out the sugar and get cooking…err, baking.
Congregation Beth El’s Sisterhood has published several community cookbooks since its founding in 1951, but its most recent, Eat in Good Health, reflects the updated tastes and diets of the times.
Ami Schreiber is a software developer, but he always dreamed of owning a Chinese restaurant. Holy Chow, the new kosher Chinese restaurant in Kemp Mill Shopping Center, is his dream come true.
Justin Rosenberg’s fast-casual Honeygrow is the chain that almost wasn’t. But after his 94th solicitation resulted in investment, he developed a concept that is peppered with hidden Jewish inspiration and values.
After years of sharing “delicious but doable” recipes on her blog, “Once Upon a Chef,” Jennifer Segal’s new book of the same name continues that theme and style, just in countertop format.