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  • Texas Cholent

    Texas Cholent

    Cholent that has a Texas twang.

  • Italian Cholent

    Italian Cholent

    A little taste of Italy from your slow cooker.

  • Polish Cholent

    Polish Cholent

    A traditional cholent recipe.

  • Sweet and Sour Cabbage

    Sweet and Sour Cabbage

    Cooked cabbage in a sweet and sour sauce with ground caraway. Inexpensive to make and filling. Traditional fare from Eastern Europe.

  • Lamb Kebabs

    Lamb Kebabs

    Although lamb isn't the most common meat found in Jewish American kitchens, it is still very popular in many Sephardic kitchens, particularly during Passover, and in the springtime.

  • Israeli Salad

    Israeli Salad

    This salad is rustic and gorgeous. Bright, colorful, refreshing and full of flavor.

  • Parsnip & Carrot Curried Chips

    Parsnip & Carrot Curried Chips

    A tasty sidedish that is 100% kosher for Passover.

  • Kufteh Berenji

    Kufteh Berenji

    Herbed meatballs with rice.

  • Vegetarian Baked Beans

    Vegetarian Baked Beans

    This sweet dish was originally made by Sephardic Jews.

  • Saag Paneer

    Saag Paneer

    A melding of Jewish traditions.

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