Food

Honey & Co share some tasty Middle Eastern recipes: Husband and wife team Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer of Honey & Co...
Forget kugel and cholent: kosher doesn’t have to be unhealthy: The average Jewish diet doesn’t have to be bad for you, according...
Monday Morning Cooking Club: The Jewish women behind a culinary bestseller: By Alex Galbinski  Combining their love for food with helping charity, six...
Denise Phillips’ Lamb and Mint Burger: Burgers are delicious all year round, however on the BBQ they have...
OPINION: Jay Rayner on salt beef sandwiches, my dad and me: By Jay RAYNER It is two days before my father’s funeral, and...
Annabel Karmel’s tips for stress-free family cooking: The secret to stress-free family cooking is making meals everyone enjoys, says...
Let my people Tesco! Our supermarkets’ Pesach story: Super shopper Fiona Leckerman searches for the Pesach story in a supermarket...
Review: JW3′s Zest, “The kosher restaurant London has been waiting for”: Zest, the new JW3 restaurant, which is run by Ottolenghi-trained chefs, promises...
Heston adds some Blumenthal flair to Shabbat dinners: He’s the most famous chef in the world, but Jewish epicure extraordinaire...
Man v. Food’s Adam Richman on his dramatic weight loss & new series: Seriously slimmed down from his Man v. Food heyday, TV presenter Adam Richman...
Denise Phillips’ Smoked Aubergine Paté: The secret of the smoked flavour comes from open-flame grilling. Moutabel is...
Denise Phillips’ Crispy Shredded Chilli Beef: This is an all-time Chinese favourite! Getting the beef really crispy is...
Denise Phillips’ Fruit Flapjacks: The secret of good flapjacks is to strike the perfect balance between...
Denise Phillips’ Winter Shin Beef with Parsnip Purée: This is a great alternative to traditional cholent as shin of beef...
It’s kosher bacon! Meet the Jewish pig farmer…: Irayne Paikin was a regular Jewish housewife from north London until her...
Marc Grossman – the chef who took the Big Apple to Paris: Marc Grossman is a man who likes to go against the grain...