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With MIDWEST MADE, Shauna Sever offers bold recipes for treats we’ve come to know as all-American—from Bundt cakes to brownies—most traced to German, Scandinavian, Irish, Polish, French, Arab, and Italian immigrant families that came to call the American Midwest their home.
Great news for those who love this lovely city–the dining rooms and terraces of Montréal’s wonderful restaurants are now open. It’s time to sample the culinary delights of the recently […]
The popularity of the New York Cheesecake increased so much that different cities came up with their own versions, for example, the Chicago cheesecake, the Pennsylvanian cheesecake, etc. making cheesecakes so much a part of the country's culinary culture that in 1985, July 30 was designated as the annual National Cheesecake Day.
“The cube itself is just the container for whatever you put inside, like a tiny 3-dimensional blank canvas where gravity doesn’t quite exist,” says Leslie Kirchhoff who describes great cocktails as similar to multi-sensory sculptures. “Mixologists are truly becoming artists, much like chefs have become.
Savory Stovetop Turkey. Photo by Moshe Wulliger. So, before we start talking about Danielle Renov’s wonderful new cookbook, Peas Love and Carrots (Me’sorah Publications, Ltd. 2020; $28.93 Amazon price) I […]
Covering 10,000 miles in three months, Michael Moore gathered special recipes and tips from the eateries of Southern grillmasters and restaurants owned by such well-known chefs as Michael Solomonov, owner of Zahav in Philadelphia and Ashley Christensen's Death & Taxes in Raleigh, North Carolina. He’s put all this together in his latest book, Serial Griller: Grillmaster Secrets for Flame-Cooked Perfection.
Lincoln Park Zoo Announces Grevy’s Zebra Pregnancy and Welcomes New Arrivals: Birth of a Diana Monkey and Two Japanese Macaques
The Lincoln Park Zoo is an urban oasis full of life, with a zebra foal expected this summer and the recent birth of a Diana monkey and two Japanese macaques.
A combination cookbook, Jewish stand-up comedy and family album, Eat Something: A Wise Sons Cookbook for Jews Who Like Food and Food Lovers Who Like Jews by Evan Bloom & […]