Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has added one more thing to her (already jam-packed) agenda: clean and healthy eating. Jodi chatted with the congresswoman about changes she’s made and how she keeps her family healthy.
Tanya’s sister passed along their grandmother’s 1971 Miami neighborhood cookbook. Despite recipes for Lobster Cantonese and Cheese and Bacon Roll Ups, it is full of gems that offer a look into a different time.
Black, Jewish and gay, Michael Twitty explores African, Afro-American and Jewish culinary roots and histories. When they intersect, the results are fascinating stories and delicious dishes, like roasted chicken with berbere or sweet potato rugelach.
In the final part of her three-part series, Emily chats with bloggers Shannon Sarna and Amy Kritzer and The Gefilteria’s Jeffrey Yoskowitz about what goes into a well-rounded Jewish foodie library.
In part two of her three-part series, Emily gives us a sneak-peek into cookbook collections and email inboxes of world knish expert Laura Silver and Beth Kanter, author of Washington DC Chef’s Table.
Emily interviewed five top foodies about their favorite cookbooks, food publications and blogs. In part one of this three-part series, she shares some favorites (hint: Joan Nathan, Mollie Katzen and The Forward).
Jewish life isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about small-town Texas. Despite that, Marilyn and Michael Glosserman developed a strong Jewish identity and traditions and have passed them on to their children, too.
For the second piece in this series, JFE talks to local food expert and Deputy Food Editor/Recipe Editor of The Washington Post, Bonnie Benwick, who was once an adventurous calf’s brains-eating 10 year old.
For the first piece in a series on notable Washingtonians, Susan Barocas chats with CBS Radio correspondent Dan Raviv about falafel, gefilte fish and changing perceptions of “Jewish food.”
How did Bobbe do it? So much good food for so many people came out of that tiny kitchen! In a special Jewish Food Memory, DC author Faye Moskowitz lovingly recalls the High Holiday meals of her childhood.