An immigrant to the US, Leah loved Thanksgiving right away, but not so much apple pie. Even after finding a recipe she does like, she still keeps this Israeli-style apple crumb cake in the rotation.
Ari Weinzweig, co-founder of Zingerman’s Community of Businesses in Ann Arbor, won’t be hosting a huge Thanksgiving meal or eating turkey, but he will still indulge in a hearty serving of gratitude.
Twelve dollars a pound for heritage turkeys—what’s the big fuss? Having raised one and slaughtered it kosherly last year, Josh shares what makes heritage turkeys special, tastier and worth the price.
Even when life is speeding forward, peeling and chopping helps Esther remain in the present moment. That’s one of the things she’s grateful for when it comes to Thanksgiving and preparing for it.
On Father’s Day, Jodi looks at some of the foods favored by Jewish fathers in the DC area and around the country. Oh, and contrary to what some might think, it’s more than just eggs and barbecue.
On Mother’s Day, we don’t just honor our mothers, but also our rich heritage. We’ve compiled a list of 12 brunch-friendly recipes that represent the values passed down to us by our mothers.
Family recipes, old and new, shine this season, as a multicultural family ensures their food traditions thrive across the generations. [Reprinted with permission from Edible DC Early Winter/Holiday 2014 issue.]
It started out with lattes (the famous PSL), and soon it was everywhere: waffles, cream cheese, even lip gloss… But do you know what’s in your pumpkin spice? Make your own, and you will!
It can be hard to convince young children that greens are delicious. Sometimes all it takes is a different environment and some peers. This Thanksgiving, test out some healthy dishes at the children’s table.
The turkey is the big Thanksgiving centerpiece, but for most people it’s not even the highlight of the meal. Save turkeys and tradition at the same time with these five vegan turkey substitutes.