The Magic Cube

November 24, 2020

You could call it the Swiss Army knife of the kitchen bouillon is a handy ingredient whether it comes as bottled brown gloop or a cube wrapped up in shiny foil like a tiny present […]


The Big Apple Episode

November 10, 2020

There s nothing more American than apple pie or is there We might prescribe an apple a day and call our largest city the Big Apple but this legendary fruit originally hails from the mountains […]


The Hangover: Part Gastropod

October 27, 2020

Morning fog Gallon-distemper Busthead These are all names for alcohol s age-old after-party the hangover But aside from being a physical and painful manifestation of regret what exactly is a hangover What s happening in […]


The Story Of Foie Gras And Cuisine Of Gascony

October 18, 2020

Battles over the ethics of foie gras in recent years have loomed large in the culinary world Yet history shows that the delicacy has been around for over 5 000 years since the ancient Egyptians […]


Snack Attack!

October 13, 2020

To snack or not to snack And what counts as a snack anyhow Plus the great meal vs snack smackdown is grazing good or does eating between meals lead to waistline expansion We re asking […]


This Spud’s For You

September 29, 2020

Fried roasted mashed steamed it s hard to imagine life without the crispy fluffy comfort blanket of potatoes But until the late 1500s no one outside the Americas had ever encountered this terrific tuber and […]


Holiday Food, 3,000 Years Old.

September 18, 2020

Rosh Hashanah is an ancient holiday and many of the foods eaten for the celebration are nearly the same as they were 3 000 years ago Shifra Klein Editor-In-Chief of Fleishigs magazine a publication dedicated […]