According to some top area chefs, if you take the proper time to prepare and season your food — and pay enough attention so it doesn’t overcook or undercook — you just might be able to put something on your table as tasty as they do.
There was something very special about being in Israel on Lag B’Omer with bonfires everywhere you looked. Here are some fun recipes you can make over your own Lag B’Omer bonfire — or any time you light up the fire pit in the backyard.
For devotees of Philadelphia’s thriving restaurant scene, Eilon Gigi is a familiar face. But how does the son of Moroccan Jews who grew up in Ashdod, Israel find his way to the top of the Philadelphia restaurant world?