I took a recent trip to San Francisco and was eager to experience its world-class Chinese food. It did not disappoint.
I am a huge fan of hummus. It’s something that we always have in the fridge.
Caprese salad is the quintessential summer dish — ripe tomatoes, fragrant basil, a drizzle of the best olive oil, fresh mozzarella — really, it’s the season in a colorful bowl.
I can’t wait for the Summer Olympics, which will be held in Tokyo, Japan, from July 23 to Aug. 8. If your family is like mine, we are glued to the TV at night, watching recaps of each day’s events.
My sister-in-law Esther, she of the halibut with asparagus and green olives recipe previously featured in this column, talks fish with me.
I had the good fortune of visiting my sister-in-law at her coastal Massachusetts home recently.
Those of you who have lived in Philly for years and were active on the culinary scene may fondly recall The Book and the Cook food fest from the early 1990s.
An egg cream was my father’s kitchen claim to fame.
Restaurant owners and business partners Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook agreed that their respective b’nai mitzvah were pretty boring. At Lilah, CookNSolo’s newest restaurant and...
If you’re like me, you saw bathing suit season coming, and you went on a diet. You’ve lost some weight. Maybe you’ve already met your goal! Now what?