Generally, mayo is fine for Jews, as long as it’s not on our beloved cured deli meats.
Latkes are potato pancakes fried in oil that commemorate the Hanukkah miracle, but the use of potatoes is actually a relatively new development.
Any kosher-observant meat lover has probably searched in vain for filet mignon, the most tender, sought-after, and expensive cut of meat in the whole cow.
The change reflects the growing sophistication of Israel’s culinary scene, which is focused on updating traditional dishes and fusing them with cuisines from around the world.
Bagels are defined not just by their boiled dough, which imparts a dense, fluffy inside and crispy exterior, but by their shape.
Luckily, there is a wide range of options for shabbos-conscious vacationers that find themselves in Vegas on a Friday.
Many of America’s leading voices on food and food policy are Jewish, but not many deal explicitly or exclusively in Jewish or kosher food.
Conde Nast Traveler has named Tel Aviv as one of the world’s top 15 culinary cities.
Food Republic’s Brad Cohen argues that Detroit has the best Jewish delis and corned beef sandwiches in the country.
Action Bronson is a 300+ pound, Jewish-Albanian-American haute cuisine chef from Queens, and now one of the hottest rappers in the country.