#Kosher

Recipes | Dinners

Traditional Apple-Walnut Charoset recipe | Epicurious.com

This is a standard Ashkenazi (Eastern European) recipe, with a little brown sugar added for depth.

Recipes | Dinners

Beef Brisket Recipe | Tyler Florence | Food Network

For dinner tonight, serve Tyler Florence's Beef Brisket recipe from Food Network with crispy potato latkes.

Recipes | Kosher Recipes

My Favorite Kosher Gluten-Free Challah Bread

Gluten-free baking can be an exercise in frustration, but this bread recipe has never let me down. For me, the success is in the texture. As you can see, it has plenty of aeration which lends it some of the fluffiness of real bread.

Recipes | Recipes

Kosher Vegan Black-Rice Stuffed Mushrooms!

If you haven't tried black rice before, don't be scared. It's good stuff. More similar in taste and texture to wild rice than to either brown or white rice. You can also try it in this warm fall salad I made a couple of years ago, which is still a favorite.

Recipes | Dinners

Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs Recipe

These Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs are even better when they're allowed to sit overnight.

Recipes | Recipes

Crunchy & Vibrant Summer Rolls with Almond-Miso Sauce - Vegetarian - Kosher Recipe

I first attempted summer rolls (or rice paper rolls) like these a few years ago, and I simply could not master them.

Recipes | Recipes

Kosher Cooking: Creamy Olive Pasta

Every time I open a can of olives for a specific purpose, I'm left with what seems like hundreds of them to use up, which is how I discovered this recipe.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli test-tube steak smells real, feels real… and may even be kosher

Startup Aleph Farms Ltd. reproduces cells, creating first lab-made steak; it will take a few years until it makes its way to our plates

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Starbucks' flavored drinks lose Kosher certification - CBS News

A top Kosher certification company has dropped Starbucks drinks with syrups, sauces, toppings and powders

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

Why Are Imitation Crab, Pork and Cheeseburgers Kosher?

Even if the Torah forbids a food, one is still permitted to eat kosher food artificially flavored to taste like it. However, if it closely resembles the non-kosher food, it may be necessary to mark it as an imitation.