Macaroons made with ground pistachios, almonds or cashews are Sephardic Passover favorites.
This common Spanish chickpea-based stew dates back to the 15th century.
For over 1,000 years, Jews have lived in the Middle East, cooking the kind of food that is catching on ...
Greek and Turkish cooking has a special way of celebrating the simple, fresh flavors of vegetables and meats, adding little ...
Loads of fresh vegetables and fish are paired with aromatic spices like turmeric, ginger, saffron, and cumin.
With the popularity of Israeli cuisine, the Jewish foods of Yemen, Ethiopia and Egypt are becoming more and more well-known.
The enveloping aroma of cumin, turmeric, coriander and black pepper just screams comfort food.
Could there be a better Ashkenazi-Sephardi combo than latkes with dates?
Where to get the best Persian stews, Israeli falafel, Uzbekistani plov (pilaf), and shakshuka in every nook and cranny of NYC.
You won't miss refined sugar or butter with this sweet treat featuring cinnamon and cardamom-spiced nuts covered with honey syrup.
What to do with that leftover moist chicken from your soup-making?
This everyday Egyptian condiment is comprised of nuts and a diverse array of seeds, spices, herbs, sea salt and pepper.