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Buckwheat groats, or kasha, is a dish that I did not like until I was well into adulthood. My grandmother made it all the time. She ate it almost every day, and it might have been healthy had she … more
When I go to a kosher bakery anywhere in the world, I look for poppy seed rolls. I love them for their delicate and shiny pastry and for their sweet, inky, fruity and slightly bitter poppy seed … more
I’m Yemenite, and my husband and his family are Bukharian Jews who hail from Uzbekistan. After we married, my mother-in-law gave me full tutorials on several traditional Bukharian dishes that … more
It has always been important for Jews to write recipes and serve our grandmothers’ precious treats to our own children. Jewish foods are part of our mesorah, our historic oral tradition. But … more
Kristin Eriko Posner recalls feeling torn right before she finalized her conversion to Judaism. Though she felt an affinity to the religion from a young age and was eager to embrace … more
This is one of those recipes that sounds super complicated, but is actually very simple. Using store-bought babka will make this French toast loaf as easy as 1-2-3, but if you happen to bake your own … more
In the “Tuscany” episode of Jamie Oliver’s current television show, “Jamie Cooks Italy,” the Naked Chef promotes wholesome comfort food with the help of adorable Italian … more
There can never be too many tomatoes. August’s heat is always made more bearable for me by peak tomato season. I love to eat them cut into thick rounds and topped on crusty well-buttered … more
Lately I have been doing a lot of research on vegetarian eating. While I’m not ready to give up my occasional medium-rare steak, or my Shabbat chicken dinners, or brisket, I am ready to lean … more
There is no commandment to dip an apple in honey on Rosh Hashanah. But what would the Jewish New Year be without the custom? It’s a question that bedevils vegans, many of whom won’t … more
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