The enveloping aroma of cumin, turmeric, coriander and black pepper just screams comfort food.
How Jews fleeing Spain and Portugal transformed the region.
Health & Wellness
As many as 1 in 3 Ashkenazi Jews are estimated to be carriers for one of about 19 genetic diseases.
A ritual for the Jewish New Year that goes far beyond dipping apples in honey.
Recipes for traditional and meaningful Jewish new year delicacies.
Just because Israel is a Jewish country doesn't mean all Jews are the same.
You won't miss refined sugar or butter with this sweet treat featuring cinnamon and cardamom-spiced nuts covered with honey syrup.
This custom is a treasured part of Moroccan Jewish and other Mizrahi marriage celebrations.
Sephardic Jews have a rich history, and over time they have developed their own traditions, customs, and laws.
Jews Around the Globe
The Jewish world is more ethnically and racially diverse than many people realize.
The Jews of North Africa ate spicy, aromatic foods, usually with couscous.
For one Greek Jewish family, this casserole has been a seder staple for years.
Could there be a better Ashkenazi-Sephardi combo than latkes with dates?
Judeo-Spanish -- also known as Ladino -- mixes 16th-century Spanish, Hebrew, Turkish and other languages.
A recipe for masapan (marzipan) and details on Sephardi wedding customs.