Tag: Food

  • Persillade with Chef Drew

    Posted by Andrea Glazer on September 01, 2020 | Share

    Written by Drew Brown, Director of Food Service at the J If you love Chimichurri sauce like I do, then you will love this recipe. This is Chimichurri’s French cousin and is one of the most essential dishes in French cooking. It is used as a topping for steaks, chicken, fish, and chops. It is mixed and put on…

  • Kosher Sonoran Hot Dogs with Chef Drew

    Posted by Andrea Glazer on July 07, 2020 | Share

    Written by Drew Brown, Director of Food Service at the J Sonoran Dogs are classic Mexican street food. I found out about this hot dog when I visited Austin, Texas. There were vendors on every street who had set up small grills and assembled the dogs with amazing speed and dexterity. Each vendor had their own twist on the…

  • Barley Pilaf & Couscous Recipes with Chef Drew

    Posted by Karli Wood on April 08, 2020 | Share

    If you’re looking for some new dishes while you cook at home no worries, chef Drew is back with more recipes. Last week we posted a few soup recipes to help you clear out the back of your pantry. This week we have a barley pilaf with some grilled vegetables and two variations of couscous – the food so…

  • Soups from the Back of the Pantry with Chef Drew

    Posted by Karli Wood on March 26, 2020 | Share

    Since many people are working from home during this time, the need to cook meals has increased. If you’re looking for inspiration as you browse the back of your pantry, we’ve got some good news for you. Here are four soup recipes from the J’s Director of Food Service, Drew Brown, to put your dry goods to good use….

  • Finding Your Hanukkah Recipes

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on December 08, 2016 | Share

    There’s no denying that food brings people together. According to writer Anne Kaplan, “traditional foodways prove to be intrinsic to the way a particular group views itself and its relation to others…” This means that the latkes Bubbe makes officially have special powers. Despite this, it always helps to have a few recipes up your sleeve! In honor of the…