Moral and theological implications of vegetarianism can be seen as a challenge to the rabbinic tradition.
Modern Jews balance their secular knowledge and Jewish commitments in forging attitudes toward traditional dietary laws.
Reasoning from Maimonides, Nahmanides, and the kabbalists.
An exciting update to your favorite potato pancakes.
A recipe for Hanukkah jelly doughnuts.
The Jews of Turkey and Greece ate foods inspired by Ottoman cuisine.
Small Russian pies, made with a variety of fillings.
India's three Jewish communities have unique histories and unique cuisines.
An egg in the dough makes this lighter, softer and less chewy.
Like their non-Jewish neighbors, the Jews of Baghdad and Persia cooked great rice dishes, flavored with herbs.
For the Jews of North Africa couscous is as homey as apple pie.
The famous fish dish eaten along the Tigris.