Thursday, December 8, 2016 Kislev 8, 5777

Stephanie Singer

Bubbi Project Blogger

Whether you want to make your own hamantashen, or are looking for a bakery to buy some for Purim, the Bubbi Project has you covered.


A true grandmother's recipe for soft, delicious hamantashen - just in time for Purim!


Merguez-lentil soup is just the ticket for a wintry weekend


Award-winning food writer Mark Bittman is coming to town as part of the "What is Your Food Worth" series on food, ethics and sustainability.


I spent a Saturday night a few weeks ago with my fiancé and friends at a new restaurant off the beaten path in South Williamsburg. Pronounced “sh’eeksa,” According to the restaurant's chef/owner, Jason Marcus, Xixa is an alternate spelling for the word Shiksa ("non-Jewish woman" in Yiddish). Marcus, who is Jewish and also owns Traif ("not kosher" in Yiddish) a few doors down on the same block, named this restaurant for his co-owner and non-Jewish girlfriend, Heather Heuser.

Since Williamsburg has a large Orthodox Jewish population, Marcus’s idea for playful restaurant names and...


Through this new collaboration with the Jewish Exponent, find a fresh view of the Philadelphia region’s food scene. Stay connected with the Bubbi Project as blogger Stephanie Singer dishes opinions and ideas on holiday meals, features restaurants that you MUST try, interviews chefs and guides you on ways to create healthy eating habits.

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