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This simple, cozy stew is made with lamb or beef and whole chestnuts.
Ghiveci or guvech is a comforting, rustic dish.
Rosh Hashanah Food
A dish that’s simultaneously homey and elegant.
Global Jewish Food
This multi-layered flat bread can either be fried in a skillet or baked in a clay oven.
Rich, chewy and caramelized, there’s no better Shabbat breakfast.
This has a subtle sour flavor and all the benefits of fermentation.
Herbaceous and hearty, this is a dish to enjoy year-round.
It's like a Jewish version of chicken and dumplings.
Tuck into these comforting chicken meatballs simmered in a golden, spiced broth.
This slow roasted method ensures super moist chicken and crispy skin.
Slow-cooked stews are a staple of Jewish cuisine because they are delicious, and serve an important purpose too.