Category Archives: Publicity

The Kosher Revolution – Article by JSpace

Jspace is a new online website which serves as a database to provide Jews internationally with Jewish and Israel News, Jewish events in major cities, free Jewish dating, and many other incredible features.
This week, I am featured in a JSpace article called The Kosher Revolution: How Non-Kosher Influences are Modernizing the Jewish World.  

This article interviews other Jewish chefs like me about the upward shift in the kosher dining experience.  It’s a really interesting article and I highly recommend you reading it –  http://www.jspace.com/news/articles/the-kosher-revolution/9551

Be Picky!

Fruit picking is a great summer pastime.   In an article I wrote for KosherEye, I give ideas of what you can do with the fruit once it’s in your basket. 
Here’s the article – Summer Fruit Desserts
Let me know what you do with your freshly picked fruit!  
Plum Upside Down Cake
Strawberry Shortcake
Raspberry Sorbet
Frozen Lemon Meringue

Best of the Web? Why, Thank You!

I Missed You!
I am so sorry I have been M.I.A lately.  I have been super busy with very exciting things like guest blogging for other kosher sites and working as a chef in Solo!  
Here’s a link to my guest post on Joy Of Kosherhttp://www.joyofkosher.com/2012/05/even-chefs-make-mistakes-part-1/
I have also gotten some recent acknowledgments I would love to share with you-
and The Jewish Press
and
Be@Home/Become.com “Best of the Web” Series http://pocketchange.become.com/2012/05/best-of-the-web-be-home-70.html
Stay tuned and I’ll be back with some of my more creative and fun recipes! 
Solo Restaurant Solo Restaurant NYC Glatt Kosher Steakhouse

10 Things I learned From Culinary School

I was a recently asked to be a guest blogger on CookKosher.com.  I wrote an article called “10 Things I learned From Culinary School” and I wanted to share it with all of you!  Please enjoy and feel free to pass it around!  I look forward to more guest blogging on CookKosher in the future.

Link to the website – CookKosher

 
My goal is to use what I learn to make kosher food as expansive as possible, in appearance and taste. So here are the top ten things I’ve learned, as they relate to the kosher homemaker:
Click Here for the Top 10 List