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Vichysoise   Vichysoise was actually an American invention, so they say.   And just by- the- by, the final “s” is pronounced.  So where did this deliciously elegant recipe actually come from?  Some claim that it was invented by Louis Diat, a chef at the Ritz-Carlon in New...

What is it about summer that makes one crave spicy hot food?  Oh… Right… I crave spicy hot food all year round.   But even more so in summer.   ...

What a commandment!   In this week’s parasha, we are all commanded to take a day off, eat delicious food and enjoy the company of family and friends....

  Everyone jokes that Ya’akov’s soup must have been so tasty it was worth giving up a birthright for.  Obviously,...

As we saw in the Parashah – the fruit doesn’t fall far from the tree –  certain attributes just seem to run in families.  I would suspect...

So Many People to Feed:  70 Hungry Nations The 70 nations who descended from Noah describe the physical borders of the ancient world of our forefathers. ...

Is there a seasonal commandment to dwell in one’s kitchen?  Seems like it, sometimes… Of course we all know that the actual mitzvah of succot...

It’s a mitzvah to eat (can’t make all those brachot if we don’t, after all).   So why shouldn’t it be a double mitzvah to eat...

Putting it on the table this Shabbat.