Food & Dining

This beety, beefy cabbage soup is perfect for quarantine

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  By Crystal Rivera This comforting soup is a cross between a meaty borscht and my current obsession: caramelized cabbage. Both the flanken and cabbage lend...

Turkey enchiladas: Leftovers of Thanksgiving

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  This meal came together as a result of an oversized roast chicken, but it occurs to me that this is the perfect way to...

An intimate Thanksgiving

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By Linda Morel Although many families traditionally celebrate Thanksgiving with a crowd, this year the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to change all that. Downsizing will...

Vegetarian Indian, two ways

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We recently hosted a backyard dinner for neighborhood friends. One half of the couple has gone vegan for health reasons and, in an effort...
Gabriel Key

NoVa chef wants to do for pasta what craft brewing did for beer

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Gabriel Key didn’t set out to become a chef. In fact, his bachelor’s degree was in East Asian studies and communications. But a fateful...

‘The Great British Baking Show’ has a Jewish dessert problem

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By Shannon Sarna What is going on with “The Great British Baking Show”?! For the past two weeks of its eighth season, it has featured...

Yankee pot roast welcomes fall

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Yankee pot roast is the perfect one-dish family dinner. It screams comfort, it infuses the house with a delicious aroma and is an ideal...

This iconic Italian market in NYC has an unexpected Jewish history

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By Leah Siesfeld Teitel Brothers, the 105-year-old Italian provisions store on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx, is not Italian at all. In fact, Teitels is...

‘The Chicken Soup Manifesto’ features hundreds of recipes from around the world

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By Rachel Myerson I fell in love with Jenn Louis’ latest cookbook “The Chicken Soup Manifesto” at first sight. The James Beard-nominated chef has curated...
Cary Greene

Custom cocktails by the keg

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Cary Greene became a lawyer for two reasons. One: to make a decent living. And two: to work in the industry that he loves...