Food Feature

Father’s Day with a Lighter Touch

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It’s time to celebrate the great men you know who have nourished your family’s neshamah (soul). It can be a dad, stepdad, grandfather, uncle,...

Mother’s Day in a Jewish Way

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“Honor thy Mother and Father” is one of the Ten Commandments. So when Mother’s Day arrives, the second Sunday in May, honoring the mothers...

A Mid-Passover Culinary Break

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Around the fifth day of Passover, many people are eager for a break from heavy and complex matzoh dishes. Some celebrate after nightfall on...

Passover Already?

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I’m always on the lookout for something new to update my traditional Pesach recipes and menus. This year, I have many delicious ideas to...

Joyous Purim

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There are so many things to love about Purim. It is the most festive — some would say even a bit “out there” —...

Go Paleo! or Go Home

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Cara Zaller, a Howard County nutritionist, saw a five-year dream come to fruition with the final production of her board game, Go Paleo! The...

Oy Vey! Those New Year’s Resolutions

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After the champagne, chocolate, cake and cookies comes the dreaded New Year’s resolutions. Suggestions abound: Eat less. Move more. Write it as you bite...

An Inherited Taste

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Restaurateur Alan Morstein has a secret weapon in his gastronomic arsenal: his mother Saundra’s long-cherished recipes. Native Baltimorean Morstein and his wife, Sande, have owned...

At Quarry Lake’s Citron, ‘Everybody is a VIP’

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New Quarry Lake restaurant Citron is looking to fill a niche in the Pikesville area by  providing a versatile white-table-cloth experience with  a waterfront...

Nacho Latkes? You Bet!

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In our “blended” neighborhood, we are surrounded by Christmas decorations. Diversity abounds! But when it comes to food, there is one December favorite all...