Commonly used words and phrases for "noshers" and "fressers."
Jewish cuisine is influenced by the foods in the many countries where Jews have lived.
From fresh Israeli cuisine to classic brisket, this list covers it all.
Apricot, poppy seed or prune?
An overview of the wide variety of food eaten by the descendants of the Spanish exile.
European Jewish food developed along with the migration of the European Jewish community -- from West to East.
This go-to chicken recipe, with a glossy and delicious sauce, is perfect for Rosh Hashanah or Shabbat.
Hamantaschen aren't the only foods associated with this festive holiday.
A grandmother's recipe offers an easy route to this classic Ashkenazi dish.
Stuffed cabbage is one of the most quintessential Ashkenazi Jewish dishes.
You won't miss refined sugar or butter with this sweet treat featuring cinnamon and cardamom-spiced nuts covered with honey syrup.
Simple, sophisticated and just a little fancy.
Increasingly trendy worldwide, Israeli food mixes the flavors of the Middle East and the Jewish Diaspora.
For this Laotian Jew, a rice recipe from his Buddhist childhood sustains him through Yom Kippur.
In search of a modern, yet classic, take on the Eastern European dish.