- Go For the Food: Braving the crowds at Rock Center Updated: Dec-10-13 4:01 pm
- Alaska renews push to amass emergency food stocks Updated: Dec-06-13 4:28 pm
- Japanese cuisine added to world heritage list Updated: Dec-04-13 10:58 pm
- Japan food seeks heritage gong as young spurn rice Updated: Dec-03-13 3:49 am
- 'Sleep No More' adds a restaurant and intrigue Updated: Nov-26-13 11:07 am
- Gas station restaurants next big thing in cuisine Updated: Nov-23-13 9:18 am
- A rabbi whose good friend became the pope Updated: Nov-21-13 10:20 am
- Ski resorts indulge in gut-busting, decadent food Updated: Nov-19-13 12:15 pm
- Michael White plots expansion like a Roman emperor Updated: Nov-18-13 12:34 pm
- Fire damages Iowa kosher meat processing plant Updated: Nov-16-13 1:08 pm
- NY kosher center offers recipe amid knish shortage Updated: Nov-14-13 10:24 am
NEW YORK - Plenty of people brave Rockefeller Center's holiday crowds to see the famous Christmas tree and take a spin on the ice. But nobody goes to Rock Center this time of year just for the food - unless they also crave long waits and overpriced menus designed for tourists.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Alaska is renewing an effort to secure a massive stockpile of emergency food supplies to be ready in case a major disaster cuts the state off from supply lines.
TOKYO - The United Nations cultural organization has added traditional Japanese food to its cultural heritage list, making it only the second national cuisine to receive the prized designation.
TOKYO - Washoku, the traditional cuisine of Japan, is being considered for designation as part of the world's priceless cultural heritage by the U.N. this week. But even as sushi and sake booms worldwide, purists say its finer points are candidates for the endangered list at home. The younger generation is increasingly eating Krispy Kreme doughnuts and McDonald's, not rice.
NEW YORK - A new restaurant opening this week in New York has more than just good food on the menu.
OLNEY, Maryland - Dorothy Goldstein had just visited her late husband at the cemetery. Now, she and her son were hungry for a nice lunch. So, on a beautiful autumn afternoon, they headed for a gas station.
NEW YORK - It was September, not an easy time for a religious Jew to be traveling. The Jewish month of Tishrei was ending with its marathon of holy days. Kosher wine would be needed. There were Sabbath blessings to recite. Fortunately, Rabbi Abraham Skorka had a friend with the run of a hotel who arranged for kosher meals and said "amen" to the rabbi's prayers.
Forget that fresh arugula and grilled chicken salad. This season, ski resorts are letting us indulge with a new slate of warm, hearty comfort foods. They might not be the healthiest thing on the mountain, but after a day of racing down the slopes, they are just what skiers are craving.
NEW YORK - We are deep in the bowels of Michael White's sumptuous Marea restaurant on Central Park South, far from the sleek dining room upstairs with its bar of carved onyx and its rosewood walls rubbed, according to the proud chef and owner, with seven coats of lacquer. We've passed through the bustling main kitchen into a labyrinth-like basement area, which White has dubbed the Catacombs.
POSTVILLE, Iowa - Fire has damaged part of a kosher meat processing plant in the northeast corner of Iowa.
NEW YORK - Help is on the way for knish (kuh-NIHSH') cravers.