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Rosh Hashanah Recipes From Tel Aviv's Best Turkish Restaurant Patties: Coarsely grind the fish in a meat grinder, or ask the fishmonger to do so. Place all the ingredients for the patties in a bowl and knead well for about a minute. Form balls the size of ping-pong balls (about 24 balls) and flatten them to get [...]
A Survival Guide to Rosh Hashanah: How to Make a Holiday Meal in 3 Hours Passover has the seder and Yom Kippur has its fast, but if you're not in Israel you may have forgotten that this Sunday is Rosh Hashanah. In Israel, the Jewish New Year is an event rife with tradition but low on religion, more family event than rite of [...]
The Best Cookbooks of Fall 2018 That story is the meat of the book, but fans will enjoy seeing recipes for some of the two restaurants' most popular dishes, including the pomme dauphin with uni and jalapeño; sumac crackers; peekytoe crab, black trumpet mushrooms, and vin jaune; beef [...]
Social Media Campaign to Lure Ryan Gosling to a Toronto Coffee Shop Actually Works Hey, girl, Ryan Gosling just made a Toronto coffee shop owner's day. The dreamy actor was in the city for the Toronto International Film Festival, and Joelle Murray, owner of Grinder Coffee, launched a social media campaign in an attempt to get Gosling [...]
Enjoy that homemade dough in other shapes too.Fettuccine: thick, ribbon-like pastaLasagne: wide, flat-shaped pastaLinguine: “little tongues,” narrow, flat pastaRavioli: square or round pillows of pastaSpaghetti: “a length of cord,” America’s favorite shapeTagliatelle: long, ribbon-like pasta, very similar to fettuccineSource: National Pasta AssociationCelebrate fall with a homemade pasta dish that’s sure to please. Whether you’re a pasta pro or first-timer, award-winning chef, author and...
I wrote about my joy upon the delivery of a new meat grinder, my first, in the opening week of October.If you read it, you might remember my jeremiad recounting butcher betrayal and disillusion. I made it my mission to banish the memory of that god awful failure of a burger by single-mindedly pursuing hamburger perfection. If I were writing a movie about a journey of redemption I might have the lead realize somewhere along the way that rather than banish the memory of failure he should...
Five ways to reinvent Thanksgiving in the fridgeFrankly, I love Thanksgiving leftovers. The flavors have melded together, especially in my late mother’s cornbread dressing with sage. Haven’t found anyone’s better — Have you found better recipes than your mother’s or grandmother’s? That’s why we always seem to consume the familiar at Thanksgiving and Christmas, all holidays for that matter.There’s no telling what type of marketing materials will come through the email at a newspaper office....
Home Sausage Making(Storey, 2017) by Charles G. Reavis and Evelyn Battaglia with Mary Reilly is the go to reference on the subject since it was first published in 1981. These 100 mouthwatering sausage-making recipes showcase international flavors and span the menu. An added 100 recipes highlight creative ways to cook sausage, while tips for setting up a perfectly balanced charcuterie plate and paring sausage with beer will help showcase their delicacies most effectively. Finally, profiles of...