Refreshing Black Bean and Corn Relish
Perfect for chip dipping, or for dressing anything you’re […]
It’s in Terminal F of the Philadelphia airport– which is the end of God’s country–but as I discovered…so worth it. OTG is elevating traveler experiences with “farm […]
Kentucky takes its bourbon very seriously. And for good reason! The Mint Julep has been the signature drink of the Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby for over a century. Over 120,000 mint juleps are served every year—that’s 1,000 pounds of freshly harvested mint, 60,000 pounds of ice, and over 10,000 bottles of Old Forester Mint […]
In the meantime, my partner-in-culinary-crime, Lisa, and I couldn’t help but share some of the fun from our weekend at the Kentucky Derby right now!
My “Hebrew-zzesse” friend Sam and his wife Marlene, invited me over during Passover to taste a traditional dish called Matzoh Brei. I was so excited–I am always up to try a new food I have never tasted.
Sam Cohen, is a lawyer and was professor of culture and gastronomy at Drexel University – he also […]
I hope everyone had a beautiful Easter weekend! We celebrated with family dinner on Palm Sunday, because that’s when the kids were home. I’m just so grateful for the few nights that we are together that we do sit down as a family to eat at the table.
It was really nice to have the […]