Tracing the Jewish History of Tamarind, From India to Syria and Beyond
Tamarind has long been used in Jewish kitchens, and provides a delectable tang to anything it touches.
The Old-School Jewish Drink Will Cure What Ails You
This recipe comes straight from the shtetl, and is part healing drink, part dessert.
This Kasha Varnishkes Recipe Was Almost Lost in the Holocaust
A beloved dish "made the old-fashioned way" with lots of mushrooms.
Your Secrets for the Best Jewish Chicken Soup
Chicken soup is one of the most iconic, comforting Jewish foods, and while everyone who makes chicken soup may say ...
This Retro Stewed Fruit Recipe Deserves a Comeback
This sweet and cozy dish is part of a grandmother's legacy. But don't call it Bubbe food.
The Very Jewish History of Breakstone’s Butter
And why it's the only kosher-for-Passover butter game in town.
How to Make a Vegan Seder Plate for Passover
With a few adjustments, making a vegan seder plate is actually very easy.
How to Make the Best Whitefish Salad At Home
This classic whitefish recipe has a secret ingredient.
How to Make Classic Jewish-American Rice Pudding with Raisins
This sweet treat is a bowl of comfort for many traditions around the world.
Why American Jews Eat Brisket on Rosh Hashanah
The rules of brisket are made to be broken.
Jews Loved Tinned Fish Way Before It Was Trendy
From herring to tuna, preserved fish is never out of style.