Traditional and Contemporary Jewish Food for Every Occasion.
Variations on the traditional borscht.
The Jewish biscotti may have Italian roots.
Middle Eastern flatbread fresh out of the oven.
Moroccan cholent (Sabbath stew).
Now that the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet are being realized, American Jewry is embracing Sephardic cooking.
You've seen it in the stores. Now you can make it at home.
This cake uses ingredients commonly found-and associated with-the Land of Israel.
The Jews of Turkey and Greece ate foods inspired by Ottoman cuisine.
India's three Jewish communities have unique histories and unique cuisines.
The famous fish dish eaten along the Tigris.
Jewish foods of Yemen, Ethiopia, and Egypt.