For the perfect traditional treat, enjoy Tishpishti with a cup of mint tea or strong Turkish coffee.
Sample some new High Holiday dessert traditions this year with an apple honey baklava and an Indian-inspired rice dessert made in a slow cooker.
Michael Twitty knows how to command an audience, something I learned firsthand when I attended his keynote presentation at the 2018 Hazon Food Conference.
You’ve heard of the wandering Jew, but have you heard of the wandering Jewish cookie?
Jayne Cohen on the Latin American Jewish food story.
Each of the items on the platter I received was excellent. Each can be ordered separately as well. They are finger-food appetizers and beautiful looking as well as tasting.
Ruth Abusch-Magder of Be’Chol Lashon has been making matzah at home for years, ever since her neighbor in Jerusalem showed her how she and her Sephardic family made them ahead of every Passover.
This dish is inspired by a recipe from the legendary Claudia Roden, from her cookbook Arabesque. The deep flavors make it a perfect choice for Passover or enjoy year-round.
Diversity, teachable moments, and, of course, food are on the menu for this Twin Cities chef.