This simple, cozy stew is made with lamb or beef and whole chestnuts.
There’s a reason this 2,000-year-old recipe is still popular today.
Sour cherry vareniki can be eaten as a main course or dessert.
And we think it's time they make a comeback.
Italy meets the Middle East.
Global Jewish Food
This pillowy rolls are the ultimate treat.
Whether for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, I return to this shakshuka recipe time and time again. It’s great for feeding ...
Easy Jewish Recipes
A taste of my babushka's kitchen.
An easy, flavorful, fresh weeknight dinner.
A hearty, filling, one-pot dish.
A comforting one-pot soup.
Ask anyone to name a classic Ashkenazi soup and, odds are, they will say chicken soup (with or without matzah ...