Grass fed animals have eaten nothing but their mother’s milk and fresh grass from the time they were born. Organic certification means the meat is hormone free which makes it much better for you. I am proud to partner with KOL Foods to create recipes using their high quality meat, chicken and fish and support the vision of an honest and sustainable food chain. If you have questions about the recipes in this category, feel free to reach out to me; @ysilver on Twitter.
Three days in New York City. It sounds like and adventure, and with this being just the fourth time I visited the Big Apple, there’s plenty to do and see. When I flew out for the Kosher Food and Wine Experience last year, I was excited by all the different places I could eat. Almost...Read More →
A couple of weeks ago a this recipe started popping up all over my Facebook feed. It looks delicious, right? I thought this would be an awesome family dinner, but when I took a look at the ingredients, I felt like this was different from how I usually cook. I just don’t have a sweet...Read More →
The cornish pasty is not very well known here in the US, and that’s a shame. You see, the combination of beef, root vegetables and delightfully soft pastry is a food combination that deserves to be celebrated . The pasty was first referenced in British culture as early as the 13th century and it’s thought...Read More →
The traditional English breakfast is also known as a “fry up” for one reason. Everything on that plate, including the toast, landed there after starting life in a lard-laden skillet. Next to Fish and Chips the fry up is one of England’s great (may I say great?) contributions to the international culinary stage. There are regional...Read More →
If you haven’t heard about the convergence of Thanksgiving and Channukah this year, then the Internet has failed you. Just last week, the Kosher Connection linkup was dedicated to the best of Thanksgivukkah recipes and Melinda has an amazing collection of recipes for this holiday over at Kitchen Tested. My ultimate Thanksgivukkah latke was dreamt up...Read More →
Writing about food has sent all sorts of opportunities my way. This year alone I have had the privilege to sample unrivalled kosher wines, eat some of the best meat in the country, dine at amazing restaurants and become friends with some exceptional food enthusiasts. I say all this, not to brag, but to level-set...Read More →