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A Dumpling Tour of the Upper West Side – Untapped New York

| September 16, 2021

The time is ripe for a dumpling tour of the Upper West Side.

The Comforting Fusion of Matzo Ball Ramen – msnNOW

| September 16, 2021

Provided by Food52 I hustled into Shalom Japan in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on a stormy Friday night. It was dimly lit inside and had all the ambience of a casual Japanese ramen joint. Inside the bathroom, there was an enlarged photo of a Levys Jewish Rye ad from the 60s, which read You dont have to be Jewish to love Levy's real Jewish Rye in large black letters, with a picture of a Japanese boy dressed in a white shirt and red tie holding his sandwich next to an open bag of Levys Jewish Rye.

The best weekend happy hours in Philly right now – The Philadelphia Inquirer

| September 16, 2021

Happy hour is great this is well-known. But for anyone who works later hours or has to make a long commute home, its also known that a 5 p.m

The 15 Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings in the US This Fall – Robb Report

| September 16, 2021

After a flurry of activity this past summer as many pandemic-delayed restaurants finally got to open their doors, fall looks to be a little quieter on the restaurant-opening front. The slowdown is understandable, especially as the Delta variant has put a bit of a crimp on the industrys roaring return

Great British Bake Off 2021: Meet the 12 bakers in the line-up – Metro.co.uk

| September 16, 2021

Bake Off is back! (Picture: Mark Bourdillon/Love Productions) Cancel all your Tuesday plans and get the biscuits in Bake Off is back. The 12th series of The Great British Bake Off is set to hit our screens next week, with Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith back to judge 12 keen amateur bakers on their skill, knowledge and flavours. Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas are back to host proceedings in the tent, as the new batch of bakers attempt to impress with their signature bakes, battle through the technical, and blow minds with their showstoppers.

Break the Fast with Italian Jewish Food – Jewish Exponent

| September 12, 2021

Spinach and goat cheese salad gbh007 / iStock / Getty Images Plus By Linda Morel Im in a mixed marriage. While my family emigrated from the Ashkenazi heartland of Germany and Lithuania, my husband Davids family came from Trieste, Italy. Like other Italian Jews, their cooking style was influenced by local cuisine.

Bette Banjack: A-Z in Foods Hebrew New Year Greeting Shanah Tovah! – The Mercury

| September 12, 2021

September and October (before Halloween) are a time to catch our breath before the winter holidays.

Here are The 22 Best Bagel Joints In New York City: Eater NY – New York City, NY Patch

| September 12, 2021

NEW YORK, NY It is not easy to get named as the best of anything in New York City, but to rise to the top of the highest-rated bagel list in the five boroughs is a particularly challenging feat. It is the city's unofficial favorite food (sorry pizza) and there is a seemingly endless list of joints that make mouthwatering bagels.

Local Eat of the Week: Protzel’s Corned Beef & Pastrami Reuben – St. Louis Jewish Light

| September 12, 2021

Alec Baris, Special to the Jewish LightSeptember 9, 2021 St. Louis is home to some fantastic spots that offer amazing entertainment and dining experiences. As an STL native whose two loves are Cardinal baseball and food, Im experiencing a new one each week and sharing my thoughts

Have a Moroccan diffa feast at SO/ Singapore this month – Prestige Online

| September 12, 2021

Moroccan cuisine is a mirror of the countrys rich and diverse cultural landscape that encompasses Berber, Arab, African, Mediterranean, Jewish and some European influences. A postcard-perfect scene of a Marrakech medina will give you a glimpse of Moroccos amazing culinary repertoire through the sheer abundance of spices and produce on display. The classic Moroccan feast, called a diffa, celebrates this bounty of flavours with a never-ending array of sumptuous dishes that include fresh salads and slow-cooked tajines.


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