by Candice Walker
by Aliza Bulow
When the New Year Comes Back Around, So Does This Special Challah!
by Rabbi Lawrence Hajioff
Explore the meaning behind the custom of covering challah at the Shabbat table.
by Rachel Manor
The Jewish holiday sweet stew staple.
by Micah Siva
by Aryeh Genger
Discover the story behind the beloved bagel, and how it served Jews even in their darkest moments.
by Tamar Genger MA, RD
How to make your own NY style bagels.
by Rabbi Akiva Gersh
How to use meal time to bring heaven and earth closer.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
How to make your own gefilte fish from scratch.
by Daniel Digilov
This simple apple crumble cake is the perfect start to a sweet new year.
by Ksenia Prints
A Caribbean adaptation of the classic Ashkenazi potato kugel.
How to make the iconic Ashkenazi kugel from Jerusalem.
by Mushka Haskelevich
Rice stuffed onions with harissa, fresh herbs and goat cheese.
How to make a uniquely flavored honey.
by David Marks
This Ashkenazi Jewish staple will be your new favorite comfort food.
by Madison Jackson
A cookbook review of Honey Cakes & Latkes.
You won’t believe the secret ingredient in this tasty treat.
The Hungarian potato dumpling you’ve been missing out on.
by Kenden Alfond
A healthy vegan cake with a story.
by Joe Baur
Honoring women-focused narratives with thoughts and recipes.
The story of the pickle and how it went from a Jewish necessity to a delicacy enjoyed around the world.
Make your own pickles.
by Pati Jinich
Make your own gravlax with a Mexican twist.
by Vicky Cohen and Ruth Fox
A warm and comforting chicken recipe.
A sweet colorful rice for Rosh Hashanah.
Discover what makes wine such a major part of Jewish life.
by Emily Paster
The history and food of this unique Jewish community.
Gibraltar’s national dish.
The Jewish twist on the viral Grinder sandwich.
Our Jewish version of the spicy egg boil.
by Elizabeth Kurtz
The traditional Jewish dessert you want to start making.
by Kayla Swartzberg
Through her relatable videos about Jewish cooking and life, Sonya is breaking misconceptions and sharing practical tips and wisdom.
The simple flatbread of our shtetl ancestors.
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
Inspired by the slushy ice cafe around Israel.
by Shira and Rabbi Chef David Trakhtman
Discovering the greatest gift of the Moroccan Jews.
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!
The origins of one of Israel's most unique foods.
The Israeli condiment you need to try.