Greek Halvah

Elisheva Margulies, My Jewish Learning, 02/26/2019

While it is disputed where it originated over 3000 years ago–some say India, others Turkey, others say it was definitely Byzantine–there is no doubt that halvah is one of the most common desserts in the world.

Cooking Up A Diverse Community

Jennifer Richler, Tablet, 02/19/2019

A new group called Kugel brings together the ‘multicultural bubble’ of New York’s Jewish scene.

Living and Eating with True Indian Jewish Style

Ruth Abusch-Magder, Jewish&, 02/19/2019

Recipes for Indian Jewish Brunch

Pomegranate Molasses Chicken Wings Recipe

Sonya Sanford, The Nosher, 01/24/2019

Pomegranate molasses is a common ingredient in Middle Eastern cooking, where it is added to all kinds of dishes from stews, to dips, glazes for meats, and more

A Purim Food Primer

Giora Shimoni, The Spruce Eats, 01/09/2019

Traditional Foods and Recipe Suggestions for This Festive Holiday

A Mexican Jewish Babka is Taking over Chicago

Emily Paster, The Nosher, 01/02/2019

Jewish classics get Mexican flavors from this new Chicago bakery.

Recipes and Memories from Hanukkah in India

Eddna Samuel, Jewish&, 11/29/2018

An Indian Jew shares her Hanukkah traditions

Jamie Oliver is Schooled by Italian Jewish Grandmother

Rachel Myerson, My Jewish Learning, 10/03/2018

One of the last Jewish nonnas gives the famous chef a lesson in artichokes.

Moroccan Americans in New York’ Celebrates Mimouna for the First Time

Irina Tsukerman, Morocco World News, 04/10/2018

Rabat- Moroccan Americans in New York (M.A.N.Y.), a new cultural non-profit organization, which grew organically out of the significant Moroccan community presence in the city, this weekend hosted the celebration of the traditional Jewish Moroccan holiday, Mimouna, which marks the end of the holiday of Passover.