Jews Around the Globe
The Jewish world is more ethnically and racially diverse than many people realize.
The Jews of North Africa ate spicy, aromatic foods, usually with couscous.
For one Greek Jewish family, this casserole has been a seder staple for years.
Amsterdam became a haven for Jewish refugees from the Inquisition.
After their expulsion from Spain in 1492, Sephardic Jews mostly settled in Amsterdam, North Africa and the Middle East.
Judeo-Spanish -- also known as Ladino -- mixes 16th-century Spanish, Hebrew, Turkish and other languages.
A recipe for masapan (marzipan) and details on Sephardi wedding customs.
Sephardic memory and tradition at Shavuot.
Or, the story of how the so-called marranos returned to Judaism.
An exuberant Sephardic custom whose origins are the subject of debate
A Sephardic Rosh Hashanah ceremony combines elements of Tashlich and a healing ritual.
Think apples and cinnamon is the only way to go? A whole other world of harosets is out there.