Food & Dining

The joys of a Persian Rosh Hashanah seder

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By Donna Maher I don’t need to remind you of all the reasons that 2020 has been an incredibly rough year. We could all use...

How risky are High Holiday activities during COVID-19?

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  By Shira Hanau When Passover arrived just a few weeks after the pandemic set in earlier this year, it was clear that seders with families...
Schmaltz Brothers’ food truck

Kosher food truck takes to the road in Montgomery County

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It’s a sunny Friday afternoon when a truck that looks like a UPS delivery vehicle — except this one is painted black with colorful...

Small group Rosh Hashanah menu

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Rosh Hashanah, like many events of 2020, will be different. Restrictions on gatherings mean people probably won’t attend services or host large groups of...

How schnitzel became an Israeli staple

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  By Rachel Myerson Schnitzel in Israel is a big deal. Like, a bigger deal than people realize. Or, at least, a bigger deal than I...

Serving sushi and sashimi at your next evening meeting

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By Linda Morel At 6 p.m., I perused sushi and sashimi displayed in lacquer boxes, alongside salads. The occasion was a sisterhood meeting at the...

Cooking in quarantine with Susan Barocas

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Cooking in the White House for President Barack Obama was never on Susan Barocas’ bucket list. And yet Barocas, 68, eventually served as a guest...

Spelt banana bread with chocolate, dates and tahini lends a twist to 2020’s darling

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By Chaya Rappoport Maybe it’s the home comfort it exudes, maybe it’s how easy it is to make, but for a variety of mostly inexplicable...

Crowd-pleasing grilled chicken and simple do-ahead summer salads

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  More often than not this time of year, dinner comes from the grill to avoid a sweltering kitchen on a hot day. This grilled chicken...

Israeli foodies’ new normal

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By Karen Chernick TEL AVIV — The reservations were rolling in, and Inbal Baum was preparing for her busiest summer yet of food tours through...