A modern take on gefilte fish takes inspiration from Japanese kamaboko
Charoset 3 ways (Tropical, Persian-style & Tex-Mex) for your Passover seder
Mochi latkes bring a Japanese spin to Hanukkah
Given the connection between the Jews and the Greeks in the Hanukkah story, in this recipe we celebrate the centuries-long culinary traditions of Greek Jews.
Try this fun new Chinese twist on challah from Molly Yeh
Sweet wine slushies are perfect for Shabbat or the High Holidays–have fun with it!
By Dr. Ruth Nemzoff Q: I am having a family reunion. Half of the youngest generation has married people of other backgrounds. How can I use this opportunity to educate the Jewish members of my family about their heritage? And also to help those who do not currently identify as Jewish to understand how important […]
“We’re not doing this!” Andy was visibly upset. “I won’t do it!” It was a year into our relationship and we were in his car heading to his dad’s house in the middle of nowhere. The topic that inspired this reaction was none other than kashrut, a set of Jewish dietary laws that I happen […]
Take all your Passover leftovers and create this delicious Kugel stack
Stuffed breads, like dumplings, exist across many cultures. There are the babkas; the Kurdish Jewish stuffed bread known as kadeh; there are Polish kolaches; and Indian parathas. This year, instead of the usual Haman’s hat (Hamantaschen) for Purim, I wanted to try making Queen Esther’s crown. The pastry ring is supposed to look like a queen’s crown and with the inspiration […]