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Shavuot is coming , at sundown on June 11, and to many of us, that means dairy! Cheesecake, blintzes and noodle kugels are traditional choices, but this year, why not add something delicious and … more
Family Features — Few things go together quite like fresh spring air, warm sunshine and a menu made up of delicious brunch bites. Whether you’re hosting a crowd or simply gathering your … more
JTA – Cacio e pepe translates to cheese and pepper, and the classic Roman pasta dish includes little more than these eponymous ingredients. In the classic recipe, spaghetti and salted pasta … more
JTA – Though my Grandma Snazzy, my mother’s mother, seemed to barely eat a thing (to this day, I am convinced she subsisted on toast and coffee), she was a wonderful Jewish cook. One of … more
JTA – Sauce gribiche is a cold egg sauce that originated in 19th-century France when the so-called “mother sauces” (or grandes sauces ) were being defined by chefs Marie Antoine … more
Miriam Pascal Cohen’s latest book, “Real Life Pesach Cooking” (Mesorah Publications, 2024) might be a lifesaver for those of us looking for a fresh cookbook … more
Serves: 4 to 6 On the table in… 20 minutes Ingredients ½ yellow onion, finely chopped 1 medium tomato, cut into ¼-inch pieces ½ English cucumber, … more
Makes: 30 to 36 On the table in… 3 hours, including 1 hour of resting time Although hamantaschen have always been one of my favorite Jewish treats, they are long overdue for a … more
If you are craving a delicious meal or nosh, and you follow a plant-forward diet, then Micah Siva has a cookbook for you.

Siva, a registered dietitian, trained chef, recipe developer, photographer and food blogger, has taken Jewish favorites and reimagined them with some delicious, meat-free twists.

Think Tumeric Vegetable Matzo Ball Soup, a Celeriac “Pastrami” Sandwich and Savory Pulled Mushroom and Tofu “Brisket.” The photos alone will have your mouth watering.

My grandmother was such a powerful woman. I wrote this article in her memory, and for the memories she gave me and my family. Both of my grandmas made aliyah to Israel from Yemen in the 1950s, one … more
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