Food

Nontraditional Sweets to Break the Fast

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In many Sephardic cultures, the first bite to break the fast is traditionally something sweet — a piece of cake, dried fruit, sugared nuts,...

Philadelphia Pastry Chef Abby Dahan Wins ‘Chopped Sweets’ Episode

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When Parc Rittenhouse Executive Pastry Chef Abby Dahan won an episode of the Food Network’s “Chopped Sweets,” friends and co-workers clamored for details about...

Move from Summer to Fall With Fresh, Seasonal Salad

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As I move through the late summer, salads seem to call my name. Part of it, certainly, is that they are sustaining yet refreshing on...

Classic Rosh Hashanah Comfort Cooking

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By Linda Morel This year has been like no other. COVID-19 has changed the way we work and play, who we see and how we...

Rosh Hashanah Lunch Reimagined

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By Linda Morel Several years ago, I realized hosting lunch on Rosh Hashanah had become routine, something that bothered me. Bagels and lox were always on...

Rosh Hashanah Dinner, a Deux

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As with many folks this year, our Rosh Hashanah gathering will be quite small — probably just my husband and me. Rather than dwell on...

A Rosh Hashanah Menu for an Intimate Gathering — With Leftovers

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Rosh Hashanah, like many events of 2020, will be different. Restrictions on gatherings mean people probably won’t attend services or host large groups of...

Summer Supper Starring Salmon

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These days, we tend to avoid turning on the oven and instead head to the grill when it’s time for dinner. This menu is...

Grilled Chicken and Do-Ahead Summer Salads

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More often than not this time of year, dinner comes from the grill to avoid a sweltering kitchen on a hot day. This grilled chicken...

Baking With Cornmeal: A Love Affair

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My love affair with cornmeal baking started by accident: Somehow two bags of cornmeal landed in my pantry. I didn’t find out about the...