Think warm, sticky bread loaded with swirls of sweet pistachio paste, crunchy nuts and tart cherries. If you’re looking for a brunch option that’s sure to impress, this is your dish. Courtesy of food writer Charlotte Druckman.
Even if you eat kosher meat, you probably haven’t seen an animal slaughtered first-hand using kosher methods. The Jewish Initiative for Animals organizes public demonstrations of the process to get eaters thinking about kosher food traditions and animal welfare. Contributor Sam Brasch files this field report from the Hazon Food Conference in Connecticut.