How To Make A Galette

By Elke Probkevitz A galette is a wonderful thing: a freeform pie or tart made with a flaky crust and any filling you choose. A savory galette is a pie...

Tips For Grilling Vegetables

By Elke Probkevitz Grilling is fast, fresh, and delicious. It can be healthy as well, using the grill to make crisp charred veggies as a side dish for your meal...

Cooking With Miso

By Elke Probkevitz Miso is not just for soup anymore. It is a power ingredient whose flavor can be summed up in one word: umami. It lends depth, richness, and...

Israeli Wine Reaches Vietnam

By Anna Harwood The Golan Heights Winery, which produces, markets, and exports premium wines worldwide, has been selected to be the first Israeli winery to be marketed to Vietnam. As...

What’s For Dinner?

By Phyllis J. Lubin “What’s for lunch, Mom?” is Yosef’s favorite question. Well, actually he enjoys asking about every meal of the day. As soon as one meal is served–or...

Your Grill Feels Like a Salad Today

Grills aren't just for burgers and dogs anymore. July is National Grilling Month, but sometimes your grill needs something light. Or something sweet. And that's where can help you...

Put Some Spice Into Fall With Pereg Pumpkin Pie Spice

Not too many years ago we were singing the praises of pumpkin spice latte and pumpkin spice everything else. Next thing we knew, pumpkin pie spice took over the...

Great wine for the High Holidays!

Mike Myers famously said in his Austin Powers movies, "ok people, throw me a bone here!" Rosh Hashanah is coming this Sunday night and we've got like 124 days...

Reminder: Kosher Food & Wine Experience Is February 13

At New York’s 11th annual Kosher Food & Wine Experience (KFWE NY), at Chelsea Piers, a delicious gourmet spread will be served to complement the more than 30 brands...

Nuts About Nuts

Slice Of Life By Eileen Goltz We watch a lot of basketball and football in our house. OK, to be truthful, I feed a lot of people who watch football and...
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