Eat Jewish Recipes
No fresh strawberries around? Try using jam in whatever flavor you like.
This much beloved egg dish has become an Israeli icon.
You don't need to live near a Jewish deli to get hot, toasty bialys, fresh from the oven.
Quiche is just one of those perfect combinations of flavors and textures: buttery crust, creamy, cheesy filling and some veggies for good measure.
With a spunky, Balkan-influenced filling, these blintzes are a nice change of pace from the classic sweet version.
Cheesecake is not the only dairy treat to enjoy during this holiday.
Babka has become the dessert du jour and now it's easy to make this beloved treat at home.
These wild, colorful bagels paired with cake batter cream cheese are the latest craze.
With whole wheat flour and ground flax seed, this sweet bread is a not-so-guilty pleasure.
Combine traditional Hanukkah sufganiyot with the flavors of Christmas for the ultimate mash-up treat.
This perfect brunch dish brings Jewish-American flavors to a sweet and buttery Yemenite bread.
Kick your day off with a healthy, beautiful oatmeal bowl you'll actually enjoy eating.
There's no excuse not to eat latkes for breakfast when topped with smoked salmon and just the right seasoning.
Decadent and delicious, this challah variation is the autumn comfort food of your dreams.
This mash-up of two beloved classics will test even the most restrained lover of sweets.