Food

A Love Letter to Salami and Eggs

A Love Letter to Salami and Eggs

This story originally appeared on The Nosher. Back in the day, by which I mean the 1950s, before all of us started counting cholesterol and Ashkenazi Jews still feasted regularly on hot dogs and pastrami, my family was devoted to Isaac Gellis deli, founded by the...

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Good Taste Lives On, Hon

Good Taste Lives On, Hon

Baltimoreans still wax poetic about some of the city’s great-but-now-defunct eating spots. There are certain Bawlmer bistros, restaurants and eateries that are long gone but somehow still hold a special place in our collective culinary memory. Just mention the names...

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Imagining Futuristic Jewish Food

Imagining Futuristic Jewish Food

Although I’ve yet to try either of them, I keep hearing about the Impossible and Beyond Burgers, meatless substitutes for America’s most iconic sandwich.  As someone who thinks a lot about beef — albeit of the cured, spiced and smoked kind, the type that gets...

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