“Romantic Comedy” is not a deep novel, and, despite its feminist-rage premise, it’s unlikely to change the state of gender roles and expectations going forward. In any case, for lovers of the romance genre, it’s a delightful read.
Sisters Aliya Fastman and Shaendl Davis’ cooking studio in Tel Aviv has one purpose: Create community through food.
Ghriba are Moroccan shortbread cookies served at weddings and other festive occasions, or as an after dinner treat with a cup of classic Moroccan mint tea.
Taste Buds with Deb – Episode 16
Joanna Landau and Michael Golden, the authors of “Ethical Tribing” address the fact that there are plenty of reasons why Israel can no longer just play defense on how it is perceived in the eyes of detail-averse media and unengaged youth.
The FX production, streaming on Hulu, is the second-best TV show of the year, bested only by “Succession.”
It takes a lot less materials than making a giant Barbie box, and everyone will still be able to tell you’re a bit “extra.”
In honor of the holiday, which runs from the evening of August 1 through August 2, here are a couple of tasty options that hold deep meaning for the chefs who shared them.
While he enjoyed his work behind the camera, Eli Leonard hadn’t seriously considered stand-up until he met comedian Elon Gold.
Taste Buds with Deb – Episode 15