Cheese and beer marry deliciously in this indulgent holiday dish.
If a fried macaroni and cheese ball met a zeppoli and then converted to Judaism, their baby would be one of these fried kugel balls.
Bourekas are a Sephardi, and more specifically Turkish, treat coming from the word borek, which means pie.
Deli meats slathered in Russian dressing and wrapped in puff pastry -- now just a touch fancier.
We love hummus, and we love pumpkin so we decided to marry these two loves in an easy, seasonal dip.
If you are looking for a light, healthy appetizer to brighten your Sukkot table, this sweet potato hummus is bursting ...
Perfect for a meal outdoors in the brisk autumn air.
Start off your Rosh Hashanah meal this year with some good noshing! Who doesn’t love to have a variety of ...
Rosh Hashanah Food
A quicker, crisper, gluten-based alternative to challah.
This lunchtime salad is especially nice plated individually and topped with cashews.
A summery Italian salad gives new life to day-old crusty bread.
Tamari and seaweed give this Middle Eastern staple a touch of Asian flair.