by Micah Siva
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A very oniony flatbread.
by Elana Shap
How Hagay ve’ha lehem is turning old grains into new breads.
by Rabbi Daniel Bortz
Understanding the spirituality of eating kosher.
by Revital Federbush
by Shira and Rabbi Chef David Trakhtman
Discovering the greatest gift of the Moroccan Jews.
by Rabbi Akiva Gersh
The connection between tragedy and fasting.
A dish steeped in history.
by Vered Guttman
What do Jews eat when in mourning?
Whether you call it Mujadara or Kichri, we have the recipe.
by Chef Tony Rosenfeld
Mandelbrot means “almond bread” in Yiddish.
Why we think sushi is totally Jewish!
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The origins of one of Israel's most unique foods.
by Tamar Genger MA, RD
The Israeli condiment you need to try.
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A different way to make shawarma.
by Elizabeth Kurtz
Master the chocolate babka.
Going back to a 3500 year old diet.
Now you can eat like King Solomon in your own home.
The foods that make up the Israeli cuisine tell the story of the Jewish people.
by Orge Castellano
Discover the beauty of Latin-American Jewish Fusion.
Try this perfect example of Latin American Jewish fusion.
by Kisenia Prints
A Jewish twist on the viral Sriracha Honey Bagel.
by Melissa Uchiyama
Furikake meets everything bagel spice in my Jewish Japanese kitchen.
What these pantry staples say about the most well-traveled cuisine.
A healthier, easier version of this traditional deep fried pastry.
by Rabbi Lawrence Hajioff
How moments of silence can impact your entire meal.
Borscht is making a comeback, here’s why.
Bring your Ashkenazi ancestors to your Fourth of July picnic with this fusion dish.
The perfect symbol of American Jewry is a red, white and blue jello mold.
Eat to fix the world.
by Emily Paster
Either way, they are certainly having a moment.
The nostalgic cookie that’s going mainstream.
by Ksenia Prints
My Russian Grandmother’s secret ingredient for the best borscht.
How are Israeli bourekas different from Jewish American Knishes?
by David J. Zulberg
How Maimonides’ medical writings can help you lose weight.
Delving deeper into iconic Stars Wars foods.
Discover unique Jerusalem Sephardi foods.
Traditional Sephardi summer shabbat stew.
A red, white and blue dessert to celebrate freedom.
Sofrito is a unique Jerusalem Sephardi dish of meat and potatoes.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Learn to make the well known sephardi cookie.
The Larry David sandwich is the most Jewish sandwich you can get.
A toasted bagel with white fish salad and all the fixins.
Foraging helps you slow down, get in touch with your senses and connect with the land.
by Rabbi Adam Jacobs
Discover the mystical and spiritual reasons to keep milk and meat apart.
The history of blintzes and how to make them yourself.