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Naomi Nachman, The Aussie Gourmet, is a Kosher cooking maven and writer. In addition to her popular website, www.theaussiegourmet.com, she is the author of “Perfect for Pesach” and … more
Once upon a time not too long ago, Providence was a bagel desert. The options were sparse and dry, and, well, kind of pathetic: frozen hockey pucks of bagels in the supermarket’s frozen … more
Award-winning writer, TV host and barbecue guru Steven Raichlen focuses on a meat beloved by Jews in his newest cookbook, “The Brisket Chronicles” (Workman Publishing, $30). more
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The first microbreweries were used to brew beer some 5,000 years ago, and now scientists are brewing their own. Israeli scientists have isolated yeast from ancient pottery … more
This story originally appeared on The Nosher. It is rare that I do anything these days without a podcast for company: cooking, walking the dog and, yes, falling asleep. They are, I suppose, the … more
(JTA) — In 1983, the Italian-Israeli professor Sandra Debenedetti Stow stunned the scholarly world with an explosive article that proposed that Jews introduced pizza to the European diet. … more
This skillet banana bread might be gluten-free, refined sugar-free and dairy-free, but I can promise you won’t be missing anything with its light and fluffy texture and the rich sesame flavor. … more
Passover has always been my favorite holiday. Each year, my grandmother was proud to host two well-attended seders – there were never fewer than 18 people at our tables each night. I loved … more
This article originally appeared on The Nosher. I love playing with color, texture and shape with my challah. Looking to create a red challah? Add beetroot powder. Green? Try using green tea … more
LINCOLN – Purim is a deliciously sweet Jewish holiday, but its trademark cookie is a monster – and not only because it’s named for Haman, the unspeakable villain in the Purim story. more
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