Is the 'New Jewish Food Movement' still new, and a movement?
Natasha Rosenstock Nadel
Special To The Jewish Week
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Just as hip chefs love to subvert classic dishes, so did the participants at this week's Hazon Food Conference take a careful look at the "New Jewish Food Movement" that the conference helped birth and has supported over the seven years of its existence.
The Hester, an underground kosher supper club, is about to see the light of day as a brick-and-mortar restaurant: a kosher small plates bar on Washington Avenue in the Prospect Heights section of Brooklyn, which is seeing a spike in Jewish residents who have been priced out of neighboring Park Slope.