Posted on 6th of August, 2012 by Lévana
Another sampling dinner at Pardes Restaurant: I succumbed to the idea yet again, tightening my belt all of that day in prevision for what treats were in store for us. The only thing better than reading and drooling about this menu is actually eating it. I went last week with...
Posted on 7th of October, 2011 by Lévana
Once in a while when I know the restaurant is great, and the chef perfectly knowledgeable and perfectly at home with his creations, I call the restaurant and tell the chef, make us what you like. I do give him some guidelines, such as, no frying; no starches as main...
Posted on 1st of May, 2011 by Lévana
Lawrence, Lynda and I at a Wild West BBQ at the Fairmont In nearly thirty five years we have been married (that’s right, my marriage predates my electronic Facebook marriage announcement by about thirty-three years, but thank you all anyway for your recent and misguided avalanche of heartfelt good wedding...
Filed under: Fairmont Hotel, FRank Lloyd Wright, Kosher Cooking Demos, Kosher for Passover Recipes, Levana Restaurant, NoBo Restaurant, Nobo Teaneck, Passover Holidays, Pessach catering, Presidential Kosher Holiday, Stories, Tlaquepaque
Posted on 27th of February, 2011 by Lévana
Recently I had been trying to firm up a kosher supervision for retail use of Dashi powder. In my catering days I used to order it from Daniel Berlin at Sushi Metsuyan, so when it came time to write my upcoming cookbook, where I wanted to include recipes using dashi,...
Filed under: Jamie Geller, Jeff Nathan, Joan Nathan, Kedem Wines, Kosher Ingredients, Kosher Recipes, Kosher Wines, Levana Restaurant, NoBo Restaurant, Nobo Teaneck, Noidue Restaurant, Pardes Restaurant, Pier 60, Stories, Susie Fishbein
Posted on 14th of November, 2010 by Lévana
My friend Chaim Szmidt, of the Kosher Scene and I just love to talk about food, and of course consume it and then excitedly discuss it, as other people discuss their recent cruises or their recent shopping sprees (I must say I become totally – and uncharacteristically – mute on...