Jewish cuisine can be difficult to define. It reflects the unique socioeconomic and migratory patterns of the Jewish community, along with Judaism's unique dietary laws and other religious requirements.Read More
Jewish CuisineRecipe Index
Find recipes for every Jewish holiday and occasion!Ashkenazic Cuisine
The roots of Ashkenazic cuisine lie in medieval Germany.Sephardic Cuisine
Sephardic cuisine refers to the foods eaten by a large and diverse group of Jews.The Middle East
The Jews of Baghdad and Persia make great rice dishes, flavored with herbs.Israeli Food
Israeli cuisine exemplifies the true ethnic melting pot that is the Jewish state.
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From coast to coast, new-ish Jew-ish restaurants (not typically kosher) are cropping up, putting innovative spins on the classics.14 Jewish Crockpot Recipes to Warm Up With
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This sweet and nutty melt-in-your-mouth treat is commonly found in Israel and throughout the Middle East.
Jewish American FoodGefilte Fish
A history of the Jewish fish product.American Cuisine
The development of a uniquely American Jewish cuisine.Cookbooks
A history from the traditional to the treif.Egg Cream
U-Bet syrup & seltzer make a comebackLox
Homemade smoked salmon has a strong Jewish appeal.