Jewish food bracket

What’s the Top Jewish Food? Enter Our Bracket Challenge

If you have strong opinions about Jewish food, you are gonna love this.

We are participating in “March Madness” for the first time ever. No, Nosher is not becoming a college basketball site; we’re making our own March Madness tournament. What is the best Jewish food?

We ranked 32 foods, from bagels (our no. 1 seed) to hamantaschen (no. 13) to gefilte fish (no. 30).

In a series of matchups over the next week and a half on our Instagram stories, followers will get to vote on their favorite Jewish food. Round one includes tough choices which include: Pickles or hummus? Falafel or cholent? Babka or honey cakes? Will chopped liver upset latkes?

It’s up to you!

You can see the full bracket here.

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