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Kosher Syrian meze comes to Jerusalem

Linda Gradstien, Jerusalem Post, 05/17/2020

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.

Here’s a Super-Easy Passover Recipe: Make Your Own Matzah

Lior Zaltzman, Kveller, 04/02/2020

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.

Moroccan Chicken With Lemon and Olives

Marcella White Campbell, Be'chol Lashon, 04/01/2020

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.

Black Jewish chef serves lessons with her meals

Kiya Edwards, KARE 11, 02/20/2020

Diversity, teachable moments, and, of course, food are on the menu for this Twin Cities chef.

Sephardic Leek Patties for Hanukkah

Susan Barocas, The Nosher, 12/24/2019

A traditional fried treat with a fascinating history.

The Golden Crunch of Churros for Hanukkah

Joan Nathan, The New York Times, 12/10/2019

Drawing inspiration from Jewish Latinos, some cooks and bakers are making the sweet fritters for the holiday, instead of the traditional jelly doughnuts.

How Shakshuka and Other Middle Eastern Dishes Turned Into Iconic 'Jewish Food'

Rafram Chaddad and Yigal Nizri, Haaretz, 11/21/2019

Taking what Jews and Arabs have cooked for generations and attaching the label 'Israeli' to it is culinary injustice.

Michael Twitty on the Connection Between Jewish Food and Soul Food

Jessica Leigh Lebos, The Nosher, 11/12/2019

The writer, scholar, and chef talks kasha varnishkes, tikkun olam, and the Afro-Jewish culinary connection.

Sofrito

Rachel Figueroa de Zimmerman, Tablet Magazine, 11/08/2019

Every Friday, the aroma of simmering onions, cumin, turmeric, peppers, and garlic waft up from Jewish stovetops throughout the world.