3 Important Questions to Consider When Buying Beef Brisket
Beef brisket is the cut we know and love for pastrami, corned beef, smoked barbecue brisket, and tangy, oniony braised brisket. It is readily available in every grocery store, warehouse club store, and your local butcher. When it comes to cooking your Sunday brisket, do you know what you should buy? A little bit of knowledge will guide you through the supermarket case or help you tell your butcher exactly what you’ll need.
Mar 30, 2018
3 Ways We Make Passover Fun for Newbies Every Year
Holidays are defined by their foods. When someone says they’re roasting a turkey, you’ll think instantly of Thanksgiving. Similarly, candy follows Halloween, and chocolate goes with Valentine’s Day. For those of us who were born into the traditions of Jewish holidays, knowing when we eat fried potato latkes and when we eat apples with honey and when we eat matzo comes just as naturally.
Mar 30, 2018
Chicken Sausage, Egg & Cheese Muffins Are Meal Prep Marvels
The appeal of muffins is undeniable. A delicious treat that can be eaten with one hand on the go — what more could you want? Well, sometimes you want something a little more substantial than a traditional muffin. Maybe you’re trying to eat fewer carbs in the morning, or cut back on sugar? These savory egg and cheese muffins are just the ticket.
Mar 30, 2018
Jonathan Adler, Gail Simmons, and 4 Other Super-Stylish People on How They Set a Modern Passover Seder Table
The Passover Seder is one of the most important meals that Jewish people eat all year, and there is no arguing that the symbolism and ritual associated with the dinner is far more meaningful than the décor. That said, given that family and friends use the first two nights of the week-long holiday to gather around the table, it would be nice if that table looked beautiful.
Mar 30, 2018