When I think of knishes, like most people, I think of New York Jewish deli-style discs of creamy potato or savory meat, enveloped by a flaky crust. Potato knishes are my favorite, because they act as a vehicle for as much good, grainy mustard as I see fit. The last...
(The Nosher) You may have grown up with your mom, dad or grandma frying up latkes at the stove. Probably for hours and hours. Frying up donuts may be slightly less common, at least for American Jews where the latke still seems to reign supreme over sufganiyot. But donuts are not super...
(JTA) — Portugal’s tallest mountain range, the Serra da Estrela, is famous for its breathtaking waterfalls, turquoise lakes, terraced hillsides and challenging bike paths amid vast woods. In winter especially, tourists from all over northern Europe flock to the sunny Serra, a thinly populated plateau the size of Rhode Island, for...
(JTA) — When India has a drought, hummus prices in Britain suffer. Insufficient rains in India have led to several years of a reduced chickpea harvest, The New York Times reported Thursday. Chickpeas are the main ingredient in hummus. India, the world’s largest chickpea producer, uses most of its yield for domestic consumption,...
(The Nosher) What do you prefer on your latkes — dwenjang sour cream or yuzu pear sauce? That will be the question come the fifth night of Hanukkah at one very unique, very drool-inducing Korean-Hanukkah pop-up extravaganza in Brooklyn. The brains behind this delicious Hanukkah mash-up is Irene Yoo, a 31-year-old photo manager at Food Network who...
The following recipe comes from Shannon Sarna on the Nosher via My Jewish Learning: Passover desserts can really be the worst. Canned macaroons. Dry cake. And while I know many people who love it, super rich flourless chocolate cake is just not my thing. I don’t enjoy how dense it...
Grilling season is not even close to over yet, so there's still plenty of time to get creative with your recipes. This apricot chicken, served with homemade pickled onions and french fries makes the perfect dinner for weekday or weekend! Plus, you can have your company and kids build their own, which means...
Noémi Schlosser is currently interviewing the 'Youth of 1948' the men and women who built the State of Israel. She travels with her camera across the country to talk to these men and women who were part of the Hagana and the Palmach, who survived the siege of Jerusalem...
The following recipe comes from My Jewish Learning: Ingredients 5 matzah sheets 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter 1 cup packed dark brown sugar 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 cup white chocolate chips 1/2 Tbsp vegetable oil or coconut oil 3/4 cup chopped pecans Directions Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Arrange...
Meat sushi is exactly what it sounds like - sushi that uses meat instead of fish. It's a new food trend that is making its way across the Jewish culinary world, but it's not a food that everyone is quite ready for because of the 6-hour commitment. Check out...
Passover is one of the most important times of the year for the Jewish people, and many do not have the resources to celebrate this meaningful holiday. An employee of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews gives a tour of a food packing facility in Israel and shows...
This will be the new dessert staple for your Shabbos table! Its crazy simple and easy, and takes 6 minutes to make. You can top this pie with anything you would like. Personally, I like to top it with non-dairy creamer--but marshmallows, caramel sauce, anything works! Ingredients: 1 Graham Cracker Pie...
Local hospitals are working with the Jewish community to offer comfort to patients who keep kosher. Though many area hospitals have offered kosher meals for years, they often left something to be desired by patients and their families, said a local Jewish doctor. Dr. Arnold Good, interventional cardiologist at OhioHealth Grant...
The Shabbos after Pesach has a traditional special challah – the Shlissel Challah – "key in the challah". What is Shlissel Challah? "Shlissel or Key Challah, makes the first challah after Pesach even more special. This is a well observed custom you might want to try for yourself. You can do...
(The Nosher) It’s almost the end of December, and what a delicious year we have had in 2017. Jewish food continues to thrive literally all over the world: from new cookbooks, exciting recipes and an ever-increasing number of Jewish delis and restaurants opening in even some of the most unlikely...


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