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Joey Allaham and The Prime Hospitality Group
New York's first kosher omakase* Japanese restaurant is scheduled to open Sunday, July 20th in Manhattan's Sony Building. Butterfish originally opened to the public as a traditional, authentic, and Japanese omakase restaurant in April... Read more...
How to Keep that Guac GREEN!
Learn the secret to avoiding browning – works every time. It's simple, foolproof, and easy -- and no, it doesn't involve avocado pits or extra lime juice.
Thank you to our colleagues at TheKitchn.com for sharing this great... Read more...
Roasting Whole Garlic
Roasted garlic is so versatile. It can add a special flavor to foods such as pasta, bread, poultry, meat and fish dishes. When mashed into a homemade salad dressing or sauce, it is simply an irresistible treat for garlic lovers.
Roasting whole garlic is... Read more...
Shofar, So Good: Cook Up A Sweet New Year
KosherEye friend Chef Laura Frankel, is giving an exciting demo at the Spertus Center for Jewish Learning and Culture in Chicago. The subject is apples – perfect for the Rosh Hashanah holiday. Chef Laura is doing exciting new variations on the traditional fruit eaten during this holiday.
Monday, September 10 at 6:30 pm
Honeycrisp, Winesap, Empire — Would an apple by any other name taste as sweet? You decide! Let Chef Laura Frankel guide you through a smorgasbord of locally grown apples and then demonstrate (and have you taste) delightful gourmet dishes perfect for a Jewish New Year’s celebration.Following the program, Chef Laura will sign copies of her cookbooks, Jewish Cooking for All Seasons and Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes, available for purchase from the Spertus Shop.
Chef Laura Frankel is Executive Chef for Spertus Kosher Catering and the author of the Chosen Bites column in the Jerusalem Post. She is a passionate teacher who has made it her mission to re-imagine and revitalize the diverse and delicious traditions of Jewish cooking.
$25, includes take-home recipes.
For additional program information, click here.