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High Street Place officially opens in downtown Boston, after two year delay, with 20 vendors ready to welcome – MassLive.com

| March 8, 2022

A new downtown food and dining destination, known as High Street Place, has officially opened its doors in Boston.

How Iraqi and Israeli Immigrants Teamed Up to Create One of Napas Great New Wine Brands – Robb Report

| March 8, 2022

Dinner at the Koschitzkys Napa Valley homewhen Sam and Nada Simon have flown in from Michigan to joinmight involve baba ghanoush, tabbouleh or fattoush, lamb marinated in Baharat (a spice blend that is to Middle Eastern cooking what garam masala is to Indian cuisine) and baklava, always baklavaDana Koschitzky is a pastry chef, after all. The families hail from two disparate parts of the Middle east, but they join together over the shared flavors of their tables.

I can help them: one mans journey from Portland to Ukraines frontlines – The Guardian

| March 8, 2022

Sergey Korenev was running out of time. He watched his daughter Anna, 11, practice skateboarding in a park on a rainy Thursday night outside Portland, Oregon. His midnight flight will board in a few hours that will begin a long journey to the war in Ukraine

American Jewish cuisine – Wikipedia

| February 24, 2022

Food, cooking, and dining customs associated with American Jews American Jewish cuisine comprises the food, cooking, and dining customs associated with American Jews.[1] It was heavily influenced by the cuisine of Jewish immigrants who came to the United States from Eastern Europe around the turn of the 20th century.[2][3] It was further developed in unique ways by the immigrants and their descendants, especially in New York City and other large metropolitan areas of the northeastern U.S.[4][5] Between 1881 and 1921, around 2.5 million Jews immigrated to the United States from Eastern Europe.[3] Most of them settled in large cities in the northeastern part of the country, especially New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, and Chicago.[6] These immigrants brought with them a well-developed culinary heritage.

Cruising through cuisine with Tripping Kosher – Baltimore …

| February 24, 2022

From left: Tripping Kosher team members Judd Joffre, CW Silverberg and Tsvika Tal (Courtesy of Tripping Kosher) By Leenika Belfield-Martin Imagine munching on some tasty tacos in L.A. on Monday, then chowing down on some Cantonese in Las Vegas on Wednesday. Thats what the Tripping Kosher team gets to do as they document some of the best kosher restaurants across the country with their web series.

A return to vegetarian Jewish cuisine – BBC Travel

| February 24, 2022

It may come as a surprise to fans of the Jewish deli, but the values of vegetarianism have long been espoused and cherished by Ashkenazi Jewish cooks. And these values are returning from the sidelines

10 reasons we love Friday in Israel – St. Louis Jewish Light

| February 24, 2022

From all-out brunches and roadside flowers to heavenly naps and delicious dinners, Friday is the much-anticipated beginning of the Israeli weekend.

Where to Eat in Northeast Philly: The Ultimate Guide – Philadelphia magazine

| February 24, 2022

For khachapuri and steaming bowls of Uzbek rice, hit the boulevard. Riekers Prime Meats is on our list of Northeast Philly food spots. | Photo by Noah Tanen I get it: Northeast Philly is big, and maybe even a little mysterious unless you live there.

Local home chef appears on Food Network’s ‘Guy’s Grocery Games’ – Jewish News of Greater Phoenix

| February 24, 2022

When Jordan Urnovitz won the fourth annual Top Home Chef cooking competition held by The Arizona Republic newspaper in 2016, he had no idea that that experience would lead to an appearance on Guys Grocery Games hosted by Guy Fieri on Food Network. Initially, Food Network reached out to Urnovitz at the beginning of 2020 to discuss possible plans for him to appear on a new, geographical-based home chef show they were working on. Then COVID-19 hit and they called back to say that they were putting things on pause

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives creator Page to speak in Beachwood – cleveland.com

| February 24, 2022

BEACHWOOD, Ohio David Page, creator of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, is scheduled to speak at the Mandel Jewish Community Center about American cuisine. Pages appearance, part of the Mandel JCCs Cleveland Jewish Book Festival, is 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 3


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