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With a new year upon us, and the chill of winter firmly in place, I find my thoughts —spirits-wise— turning once again to Scotland. Nothing quite...


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Upper East Siders can now have Shabbat lunch (ahem Saturday brunch) at the Jewish Museum's cafe, the uptown branch of the Lower East Side smoked...

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Kosher Lower East Side pickle emporium The Pickle Guys have announced that they will open a fried pickle eatery sometime this spring, likely in...

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As Jalil the Ramle-based hummus restaurateur says in Hummus! The Movie, "Hummus is the beginning, it's not the main dish."


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Israeli dad Ronen Mechanik sent his Chinese friend Piu Piu a photo of the cake he baked for his son’s birthday. Like many young professionals in...

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Crown Heights will soon be home to yet another artisanal cafe. 

Offering just small-batch “death before decaf” roasted coffee at first and...

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Quinoa and red lentils cook in the same amount of time, right in the same saucepan, making these burgers super convenient.

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Paella is a Spanish pilaf traditionally made with white rice and seafood. We’ll do away with the seafood here, of course, and since we’re...

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Making a hearty bean soup in a hurry seems like a dinner-hour fantasy, but canned black beans are so flavorful that they do the job perfectly. I...


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(The Nosher via JTA) - One of the first Jewish foods I remember eating is challah. I associate challah with mingling at bar and bat mitzvahs, a...

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The combination of natural beauty and quality wine has made the Upper Galilee a premier wine tourism destination—and the Dalton Winery is one of...


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Near, far — wherever you are — Schwartz’s is known for being one of Montreal’s oldest and most storied Jewish delis. Its famed smoked meat — a...

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I was the only person in Miss Duckler’s kindergarten class without a sibling. I had wished so long for a sister. But I had also wished on a star...

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Every grandmother makes these roulades, and that is why there are so many versions of them. This one (or something like it) can be found in any...

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The name says it all: a soft marble cake. Insanely so. The softness is achieved by the whipped eggs (don’t worry—whole eggs, no need to separate...

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A sweet memory from my dad’s childhood in Jerusalem, this dessert is usually served in a large Pyrex pan, cut into squares (like the Bavarian...

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Chef Uri Buri's eponymous seafood restaurant in Akko is a symbol for coexistence in Israel.

Opened 28 years ago in the Arab part of the...

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A collection of ten of our best dessert recipes from the past year. Some, like the Devil’s Food Cake and the Chocolate Angel Pie are showstoppers...

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'Tis the season for roundups, and we have reviewed the recipes we published in 2016 and are happy to share the ten most popular. From meaty...

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Over the last decade, Israel has become well known internationally for its wine.  In a sense, the Israeli wine industry represents some of the...

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Some things are meant to be as easy as they seem, and these truffles are one of them. Tahini and chocolate are deeply harmo-nious, with matching...

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There’s no denying that this recipe is a bald-faced rip-off of a classic: Nobu Matsuhisa’s miso-glazed cod. But the addition of tahini takes the...

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This recipe came to me in a fried-food fever dream. In Israel, where I live half the year, schnitzel is an institution that you don’t mess with....

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Corn Fritters. Wikimedia Commons CC/Jdvillalobos
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Roasted Butternut Squash. Flikr CC/Fimb
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Kibbeh. Courtesy Basel15. Used under CC3
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Chocolate truffles. Wikimedia Commons CC/ Rdsmith4
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After a stern talking-to from a top politician about (what else this time of year?) — fatty, artery-clogging oil — Israelis are readying to...

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Though many cookbooks are a chef's self portrait by way of the food he or she prepares, Molly Yeh's Molly on the Range is truly reflective of her...

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(JTA) — Heritage chickens raised under humane conditions are now being kosher-killed and available for consumers who observe the laws of kashrut...


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The first night of Chanukah falls on Dec. 24 this year, but don’t fret: You don’t have to choose between the family Chanukah party and the time-...

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Living in LA is like a foodie Wonderland. On almost every corner in almost every neighborhood, there is something delicious to eat.


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These Fortune Cookie Cupcakes are the perfect way to end your Chinese-inspired Shabbat meal on Christmas! That’s right, I’m packing my Shabbat...

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If Christmas is a time for tradition and family, then count me in! But I’m not talking about building gingerbread houses and trimming the tree.

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Like any good Jew, I love Chinese food. There’s nothing better than feasting on salty, saucy takeout favorites like orange chicken, beef and...