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Traditional Soft, Fluffy Challah for Shabbat

Choose a very large bowl. You can see from my pictures that my bowl was not large enough, so after making the dough I transferred it to a large disposable pan to rise.

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Spiced Roasted Carrots for Rosh Hashanah - Kosher Recipes

On Rosh Hashanah, it is customary to eat foods whose names in the vernacular allude to blessing and prosperity. For example, the Yiddish word for carrot, meren, also means “increase,” symbolizing our wish for a year of abundance.

Miscellaneous | Jewish Life

3 Ashkenazi Delicacies to Save From Extinction

Very few dishes in Ashkenazi culture have stood the test of time, with many having fallen to the wayside. Some ...

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Gondi Is the Persian Jewish Soup You Need Right Now

Gondi is a truly delicious and wholly Jewish-Persian dish. It’s a meat-dumpling soup with chickpeas that’s served for Shabbat dinner ...

Miscellaneous | Jewish Life

Liebman's Is the Last Jewish Deli in the Bronx

When Liebman’s Delicatessen opened on 235th Street in 1953, the Bronx was still sometimes called “the Jewish Borough.” More than ...

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Date & Walnut Rugelach - Kosher Recipes

Rugelach are the quintessential Jewish pastry, typically filled with fruit and nuts or chocolate and cinnamon. Some use a yeast-based dough; these do not.

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One-Pan Za'atar Chicken and Barley with Tu B'Shevat Fruits

On Tu B’Shevat (the New Year for trees) it’s customary to eat fruit—particularly the seven species for which Israel is praised:

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Maker of Gold's horseradish, Fox's U-Bet syrups to shutter LI plant

The maker of Gold's horseradish and Fox's U-Bet syrups plans to shutter its Hempstead plant and lay off 48 employees, according to a state filing. Gold's Pure Foods LLC will sell its equipment and vac

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Panic Soup - For Pandemic Times!

With so much uncertainty and anxiety in the world right now, as things evolve hour by hour, I think it’s fair to say all of us are feeling unsettled to some degree or another. I, for one, have done a fair bit of panicking (some of which somehow resulted in this sou

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Classic ‘Lekvar’ (Prune Butter) Hamantaschen

‘Lekvár’ refers to thick fruit butter, and when it comes to hamantaschen it typically refers to the prune filling (and sometimes apricot—although it is nothing like the more familiar store-bought apricot jams). Unsurprisingly, it is eastern European in origin.

Miscellaneous | Israeli Culture

Ancient Jewish dish becomes melting pot of Israeli cuisine

Consumed by Jews for Shabbat lunch since antiquity, hamin - also known as cholent - is enjoying a renaissance in Israel.

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Why Do Jews Eat Lox and Bagels?

I always thought that lox and bagels on
Sunday mornings is as “Jewish” as apple pie is “American.”

Miscellaneous | Israeli Culture

You’re going to love our superb shakshuka recipe - ISRAEL21c

It’s not hard to make one of Israel’s favorite breakfast foods in your own kitchen. Follow along as ISRAEL21c’s Jessica Halfin shows you how as part of our Tayim recipe series.

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Savory Mushroom and Caramelized Onion Matzo Kugel

Rich in flavor, but light on the belly. A delicious addition to your Passover feast.

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The Passover Recipe Bible

I have worked hard to make Passover food not just something to bear, but a celebration of the senses.

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8 Charoset Recipes Sure to Spark Chatter at your Passover Seders | Kosher Like Me

A blog about sourcing vegetarian, organic and acceptable eats for those who are Kosher Like Me

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25 Classic Jewish Foods Everyone Should Learn To Cook

Matzoh ball soup is just the beginning. ..