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Couscous Bar Kish-Kash Opens Today in the West Village
Chef Einat Admony is out to prove that the hand-rolled variety is the only kind worth eating.
Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld
Nolita Standby Balaboosta Will Close in May
Einat Admony hopes to reopen in another location.
Israeli Cuisine Is Complex, Contentious, and on the Rise in New York
“When you talk about Israeli food, so much of it is actually Palestinian.”
Why This Israeli Chef Says You’ve Been Eating Couscous All Wrong
The owner of Taïm shares her plans for her next restaurant.
What to Eat at Combina
Salt-cod doughnuts, eggplant escabeche, and persimmon carpaccio.
Taïm’s Einat Admony to Open Spanish-Israeli Combina in Soho
If you’ve never had a salt-cod doughnut before, now’s your chance.
Taïm Is Giving Away Free Falafel on Sunday
In honor of its tenth anniversary.
Plan Ahead for Einat Admony and Anita Lo’s Awesome Passover Dinner
Tickets are available now.
Platt: Jesse Schenker’s the Gander Treads Beyond Its Limits
While Bar Bolonat has slightly more uplifting results.
What to Eat at Bar Bolonat, Einat Admony’s New West Village Restaurant
It opens on Hudson Street tonight.
In Season: Sunchoke Soup With Crispy Chestnuts
The gnarled tuber’s nutty and sweet traits serve it well in this creamy soup by Balaboosta chef Einat Admony.
Holiday Food 2013
Holiday Food 2013: The Sinful and the Saintly
Thanksgiving two ways: a truly gluttonous spread for those looking to indulge, and a Mediterranean-style meal for the butter-phobes.
Cookbook Tasting; Bar Food Blowout at Pork Slope
Plus: Alobar’s anniversary dinner, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
Txikito and Balaboosta Teaming Up for Nouveau Seder This Saturday
Some serious chefs are teaming up for a revisionist second-night Passover Seder that will reflect the chefs’ Israeli, Argentine, and Mexican heritages.
Rebecca Flint Marx
Balaboosta Starts Cooking in Nolita
Einat Admony of Taïm goes beyond falafel and hummus. See the menu, a few dishes, and the dining room.