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

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

This month we celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Nosher, and there are literally hundreds of delicious dishes we have amassed during this time. But to commemorate this special milestone, we wanted to share your favorites, all the recipes our readers have loved the most.

When The Nosher first launched 10 years ago, we were a recipe-focused food blog primarily written by little ’ol me. Over the years we have grown from a food blog to a full-fledged website offering instructional videos, city guides on where to enjoy the best Jewish food from Buenos Aires to Berlin, in-depth historical explorations of iconic Jewish foods, live cooking classes from skilled chefs and food instructors, and even e-books filled with some of our favorite recipes so that you can bring those dishes into your own kitchen. Our writers and contributors bring their diverse perspectives and expertises from all over the world to what we do, and we are so honored to deliver this wide array of food-focused content to your Facebook feed, instagram stories, inbox and kitchen.

Thank you for your support over these last 10 years, and we look forward to many more years sharing recipes, stories and delicious memories.

1. Perfect Potato Latkes

2. Easy Hummus Recipe

3. Sephardic Jeweled Rice

Rosh hashannah Rice
Photo credit Vicky Cohen and Ruth Fox

4. Matzah Mac and Cheese

Photo credit Sonya Sanford

5. Egg Noodles and Cottage Cheese

6. Vegetarian Matzah Ball Soup

Photo credit Vicky Cohen and Ruth Fox

7. Cauliflower Kugel

Photo credit: Emanuelle Lee

8. Kolkata-Style Chicken with Raisins and Almonds

Photo credit Sonya Sanford

9. Crockpot Sweet and Sour Brisket

10. Masa Tiganitas

Photo credit Talia Siegel

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If you are looking for an egg-free and dairy-free version of your favorite potato latkes, look no further!

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The Nosher Presents Our High Holiday Cooking Classes 2021

Join us for brisket, leek fritters, challah braiding and more.