Luckily, there is a wide range of options for shabbos-conscious vacationers that find themselves in Vegas on a Friday.
Veganism has taken off in Israel, with the number of vegan eaters doubling in just the past two years.
Five months after a factory fire halted production, Gabila’s Famous Coney Island Square Knishes are back on store shelves, in delis, and at food carts.
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.
Baku, the capital city of the central Asian nation Azerbaijan, recently allocated land for its first modern kosher restaurant.
Rugelach (singular: rugala) are a beloved traditional Jewish pastry, with a quirky history to boot, but they often present a kosher conundrum.
Two important religious ministers in Israel have announced planned changes to the country’s nationalized kashrut certification system.
A cookbook written by an Israeli-born chef and his associate won at the 2016 James Beard Foundation Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards.
Manhattan’s Murray Hill has regained a neighborhood institution, and the city once again has pastrami 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
For those with food sensitivities, fear not: There are now plenty of options for Passover.