Everyday Meals

How to Use Up All That Matzo You Bought for Passover

Maybe you planned to fully commit to Passover dining rules this year and loaded in boxes of matzo like a pesadich prepper. Perhaps you bought your matzo in anticipation of a large family Seder that suddenly became a Zoom meetup. Or maybe, like me, you ordered one box of matzo from a grocery delivery service […]

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All the States That Have Closed Restaurants and Bars Due to Coronavirus

  Updated as of Monday, March 16 at 5:20 p.m. ET. As city, state, and federal officials continue to monitor and react to the COVID-19—or coronavirus—pandemic, governments are taking a variety of actions including limiting group events, closing schools, and suspending non-essential operations. On Sunday, multiple state governments announced closures of restaurants, bars, breweries, and other businesses. The CDC […]

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The New $99 Pan That Everyone Should Own

To be fully transparent, we used to believe that if you weren’t roasting a full bird (a turkey or a chicken) all that often, you didn’t need to buy a roasting pan. If you had to roast a turkey for Thanksgiving, we were big proponents of borrowing a pan or getting by with whatever you […]

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The New Israeli Cookbook That Will Make You Excited for Fall

There’s nothing about Adeena Sussman’s Sababa that’s explicitly about fall. The cookbook, which gets its title from a Hebrew-by-way-of-Arabic slang term meaning “everything is great,” is a bright, unfussy walk through Israeli and Mediterranean dishes, the kind of food that feels just right for a lazy October Sunday. Flipping through the book, even in the heat of August, […]