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Yom Kippur: Break Fast
Easy and satisfying post-fast dishes that are sure to leave you in a contented food coma.
Because some of the best noshes are the easiest.
The term grew out of Jewish New York, but it's a tradition that started in Eastern Europe.
No fresh strawberries around? Try using jam in whatever flavor you like.
You don't need to live near a Jewish deli to get hot, toasty bialys, fresh from the oven.
Enjoying a pungent Russian tradition.
Cream cheese cookies
This bright summery dish can be spruced up further with figs, plums or peaches.
Babka is having a major moment, and why not? There’s lots to love about the loaves of twisted dough, generously ...
Babka has become the dessert du jour and now it's easy to make this beloved treat at home.
This mash-up of two beloved classics will test even the most restrained lover of sweets.
Everyone loves a good bagel spread for most occasions, but especially to break the fast at the end of Yom Kippur.
A traditional recipe for breaking the fast.
Perfect for Shavuot, a Shabbat lunch, Sunday picnic or even Yom Kippur break-fast.
I didn’t grow up baking or even eating babka. Coffee cake, definitely. Banana bread was a staple. But babka just ...