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Rye Bread is the Trendiest Jewish Food Right Now

Rye bread is on the rise, making headlines and appearing at farmers markets, upscale restaurants, and Scandinavian-inspired bakeries. Aside from the timeless ...

Best Jewish Delis in the South

After spotlighting some of the Best Delis in the Midwest, the natural thing to do was start daydreaming about delis of ...

The History of Mah Jongg Snacks

Nearly synonymous with the playing were the ring jells, Bridge mix, Entenmann's coffee cake and other iconic snacks that were served.

5 Jewish Food Trends to Look Forward to in 2017

2016 was an epic year for Jewish food–there were rainbow bagels, plenty of new-school Jewish delis, reimagined gefilte fish and ...

The 5 Best Jewish Food Trends of 2016

This year has been awesome for Jewish food – amazing Jewish cookbooks came out, Israeli food was consistently celebrated in ...

Free Stuff Alert: You Can Win This Awesome Vegan Cookbook

You may have heard of chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz from the Post Punk Kitchen or from her recipe blog, IsaChandra.com. She was one ...

5 Cookbooks You Will Want to Give or Get This Holiday Season

Nothing pleases a passionate cook like a brand new cookbook, pages crisp, not yet splattered. Lucky for us, 2016 yielded ...

Sabra Hummus Recall Due to Listeria Risk

Quick: Check the “enjoy by” date on your Sabra hummus! On Saturday, Sabra voluntarily recalled many of their chickpea-based spreads ...

3 Jewish Recipes to Celebrate National Peanut Butter Month

In addition to celebrating Thanksgiving this month in the U.S. we will also be celebrating National Peanut Butter Lovers Month! ...

FREE STUFF: Win a Copy of The Spice Companion Cookbook

Do you love experimenting with spices in your cooking and baking? Then you’ve got to check out a new book ...

FREE STUFF: Tahini Cookbook by Adeena Sussman

She’s at it again – Adeena Sussman, acclaimed cookbook author, Jewish food goddess and one of my favorite food heroes has written ...

How Jewish “Appetizing” Got Its Name (And Why We Break Fast With It)

The term grew out of Jewish New York, but it's a tradition that started in Eastern Europe.