On the Dish
Recipe developer and social media star Jake Cohen is ready to wow the world with his first cookbook, “Jew-ish,” filled with recipes perfect for shabbat or any other communal meal.Read More
It was a long road for this Houston tamale maven to make it to the top in a male-dominated field. She’d like to serve it up to Michelle Obama some day.
Sustainable, low-waste, vegetable forward meals are what Chef Frankie Celenza creates for “Struggle Meals,” though we think they take most of the struggling out of the kitchen. Read our interview to find out what Celenza keeps in his pantry and how his style has changed during the pandemic.
While the country gets to know its new leadership, two artisan food-makers from Ohio and California create specialty flavors to tempt the palates of the newcomers to the nation’s Capital.
Where else but Vermont would a beekeeper and a distiller find each other and start a line of award-winning gin made from, among other things, honey. Meet the craftsfolks and then try a delicious recipe, below.
When Covid cost her a job, this college grad turned home exile into opportunity by converting her love of baking into a mail order cooking business.
Some bands sell merch. This national touring artist sold hot sauce. Enough to turn his passion into a business, that is, when he was not recording on Taylor Swift’s latest release.
Boston Chef Ming Tsai has been a pioneer in the culinary world for years. A former James Beard award winner, he’s also a prolific cookbook author, restaurant owner and host…
As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention. So when the pandemic shut down day-to-day operations at California-based charity Courageous Kitchen, a food education organization serving asylum seekers…