Food

Philacatessen | Pantry Pasta

Do you ever have those nights when it seems there’s “nothing in the house to cook,” but everyone is starving? Before you reach for the...
Beyond Sausage

Jewish Community Debates Beyond Sausage

By Jesse Bernstein and David Rullo When it was first introduced in 2016, the Impossible Burger was embraced by vegetarians and the Jewish community alike. Suddenly...
Mediterranean Lamb and Colorful Israeli Couscous

Winter Dinner, Mediterranean Style

As winter becomes entrenched in earnest, I am constantly devising ways to stay warm and lift my mood. One way is through hosting —...
mashed potato cake

Philacatessen | Mashed Potato Cake

I had a quantity of mashed potatoes leftover from a weekend meal. I was loathe to waste them but, as I have written before,...
a garlic bagel

Brothers Open Bart’s Bagels in West Philadelphia

When Brett Frankel couldn’t find a bagel he liked in town, he made his own. That four-year journey took him from experimenting in his...

They’re Not Leftovers If They’re Repurposed

Leftovers are not a popular dinner option. And I can see why. One could certainly make the argument that if there is a lot left...
Zagafen

Zagafen to No Longer Serve Food Under Cholov Yisroel Designation

Zagafen, David Magerman’s newest kosher restaurant, will no longer be serving food under a cholov Yisroel designation, according to Magerman. The restaurant asked the Orthodox...
roasted turnips

Philacatessen | Roasted Turnips

Turnips have a bad rap. If you are anything like me, you may have traumatic memories of turnips as a watery, smelly, soggy mash...
orzo salad

Winter Salads

Winter salad sounds like a contradiction — a chilling throwback to summer at the coldest time of year. But a winter salad is far...
hummus

2020’s Food Trend? Chickpeas Will Dominate With Hummus, Brownies and More

By Rachel Myerson This article originally appeared on The Nosher. The 2010s saw chickpeas rise to fame in the manner that God always intended. The king of...