Jewish Basics

How to Make Classic Jewish-American Rice Pudding with Raisins

This sweet treat is a bowl of comfort for many traditions around the world.

Meet the Nice Jewish Guys Who Are Modern-Day Spice Merchants

Try to come up with the most Jewish spice out there and you might have some trouble answering. But ask ...

A Love Letter to Dill

10 reasons why dill is the most versatile ingredient!

The Nosher’s Top 10 Recipes of the Past 10 Years

All our readers' favorite recipes from the past ten years!

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.

The History of Tzimmes

Everything you need to know about this underrated Rosh Hashanah classic.

Here’s Our 15 Favorite Easy Jewish Recipes

Everything you need for weeknight dinners, holiday ideas and some sweet treats, too.

The History of Jewish Bootleggers

Why were Jewish immigrants so heavily involved in the illegal alcohol business?

The Best Jewish Food for IBS

All the information, tips, and recipes you need to keep your stomach happy.

The Tangled History of Noodle Kugel

From sweet to spicy, a love of lockshen kugel unites the Jews.

Golden Chicken Broth With Real Egg Noodles Recipe

A comforting broth with delicate egg noodles.