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The full title of Mrs. Levy’s book, as it appears on the cover, is Mrs. Esther Levy’s Jewish Cookery Book on Principles of Economy Adapted for Jewish Housekeepers With Medical Recipes and Other Valuable Information Relative to Housekeeping and Domestic Management and Being the First Jewish Cookbook Published in America as Published in Philadelphia, 1871.

Ludicrously long by modern standards, the cookbook’s title seems even more laughable once you flip through the recipes: They look abridged, written in a kind of cooking shorthand. Measurements, if they’re included at all, may call for “enough” or “good sized pieces.” Instructions — such

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Video from Buckeye, Ariz., shows a man in his truck yelling at a family in line for a food drive to “get a f—king job.”

The video, obtained and reported by local CBS News affiliate Arizona’s Family, shows a man in a white truck yelling at the family while they waited in their car on Thursday for food offered by a local church’s food drive. 

The family, which asked the outlet to remain anonymous out of fear of retaliation, says the man accused them of not needing the free food and yelled at them in front of their four

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After nearly a year of the pandemic decimating New York City’s restaurant industry, forcing thousands of businesses to close permanently and costing tens of thousands of people their jobs, this month brought a glimmer of optimism.

Limited indoor dining has started again and restaurant workers, including servers, cooks and those who make deliveries, have joined the growing list of New York State residents eligible to receive a Covid-19 vaccine.

But at one Brooklyn restaurant, the changes have touched off a clash between the owner and a waitress who was fired on Monday after, she said, she resisted getting vaccinated out

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These tips and tricks will change the way you cook.

I spend A LOT of time scouring the internet for the best cooking tips and tricks. In fact, it’s my full-time job. So you can imagine I’ve seen, heard, and tried just about every food and beverage hack out there. The following list includes the best cooking tips that have actually impressed me. Ready to save time in the kitchen and improve your home cooking? Read on. 👀

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Make the easiest poached eggs in the microwave.


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IMHO, poaching is the toughest egg cooking method to master. If

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WICHITA, Kansas — An Elida High School graduate had his 15 minutes of fame on cable TV’s Food Network when he appeared Thursday evening on the popular cooking show “Beat Bobby Flay.”

Bill Crites has enjoyed a career as a chef and restaurant manager in places as diverse as Austin, Texas, and Spain but has called Wichita his home for the past six years. He has rubbed shoulders with a diverse and eclectic group of foodies along the way, one of whom ultimately helped him land an appearance on the cable television show.

After graduating high school in 2002, Crites

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From washing raw chicken to throwing out bread that’s stale, there’s a lot of terrible cooking advice out there. Spanning the downright dangerous to the simply unhelpful, these are the cooking tips you should always ignore.



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If you’re using garlic, don’t ignore the recipe: if it calls for ground garlic, grind it; if it needs to be chopped, chop it. It’s important to follow instructions as the intensity and

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