Order Passover Dinner From Philly

Matzo ball soup and brisket, the Passover perennials, anchor this new Seder dinner for delivery from Abe Fisher, a Jewish-style (non-kosher) restaurant in Philadelphia owned by the chef Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook. The soup is well-flavored, the epic matzo balls are floaters and the brisket, braised in coffee, is rich and tender. Starters include…

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A New Aperitif With Cherry Flavor

Most of the newly popular aperitifs on the market are inspired by European-style amaros and vermouths, with strongly bitter or sweet flavors. But Haus, a wine-based collection from Sonoma County, Calif., sings its own tune, notably with Spiced Cherry, its newest flavor, neither bitter nor sweet, but fruity and tangy. It enlivens a manhattan or…

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An Ode to Irish Classics, in Chocolate

The chocolatier Michael Klug of L.A. Burdick, the chocolate company founded by Larry Burdick and based in Walpole, N.H., has dug deep to find inspiration in all things Irish for its new St. Patrick’s Day collection. Its box of bite-size bonbons contain fillings that evoke Irish coffee, Irish breakfast tea, Irish whiskey, and even carrots…

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A Celebration of Global Cuisines

New horizons open in “The Kitchen Without Borders,” a compilation of recipes from the immigrant and refugee chefs who worked with Eat Offbeat, a New York catering company. It was founded in 2015 by Manal and Wissam Kahi from Lebanon, and it pivoted to meal kit deliveries during the pandemic. The stories of 15 chefs…

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