Food

The Secret Ingredient for the Best Schnitzel

The Secret Ingredient for the Best Schnitzel

This article originally appeared on The Nosher. If you love pickles, you might often be left with jars and jars of leftover pickle juice. Before you throw out that brine, there’s actually so many ways to use it. And while you can definitely make a good briny...

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Chicken Fricassee

Chicken Fricassee

(The Nosher via JTA) – Some experts say that food isn’t love, but I disagree. The glorious memories I have of my mother’s chicken fricassee have everything to do with love. This dish of hers was beyond delicious; it showed she cared. We were brought up to believe that...

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Leek and Feta Hamantaschen

Leek and Feta Hamantaschen

This article originally appeared on The Nosher. The inspiration for these flaky, cheesy leek and feta hamantaschen comes from my best friend Danielle’s mother, Hannah. On almost any given visit to Hannah’s kitchen, there was a quiche just going into the oven or just...

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Recipes: Enjoy Your Salad Days

Recipes: Enjoy Your Salad Days

The dreaded “S” word doesn’t have to just mean a pile of leafy, tasteless greens. Let’s get excited with these fresh takes on classic salads and some innovative new approaches. Put the greens aside and dig into quinoa, corn, couscous and more....

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Pink Pickled Turnips

Pink Pickled Turnips

Pink pickled turnips are a fixture of Middle Eastern cuisine, and it’s hard to find a restaurant shawarma plate without them. Their rose-like magenta color makes you forget that these pickles are in fact made from an often overlooked root vegetable. Their seemingly...

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