9 Jewish Alternatives to the Pumpkin Spice Latte that We Wish Existed

The pumpkin-spice latte is back, and it has us thinking…if we were in charge of coffee trends, what over-the-top flavored coffee drinks might we dream up (and actually enjoy!)? How about some Nosher-inspired lattes? Jewish desserts and coffee are already perfect pairings, so why not take it one step further?

Posted on September 27, 2016

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Everything Spiced Malawah with Fried Egg Recipe

I was first introduced to malawah, a flaky, slightly sweet and buttery Yemenite bread, by my husband who loved making it as a late-night (usually post-drinking) snack, a habit he picked up from his time in Israel. As Leah Hadad writes in Jewish Food Experience, it was brought over to Israel by Yemenite Jews and became popular, cropping up in a variety of sweet and savory dishes. Kosher in the Kitsch’s Nina Safar even makes a savory hamantaschen using malawah.

Posted on July 28, 2016

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Israeli Breakfast Pizza Recipe

If you’ve traveled to Israel then you know that the absolute best part of eating at an Israeli restaurant or hotel is the Israeli breakfast. Forget pancakes or heaps of toast and bacon – Israelis know how to put on a beautiful and super fresh breakfast spread. My favorites are always the array of fresh cheeses, seeded breads, fresh chopped salatim (salads) and labne.

Posted on June 16, 2016

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